Miller leaves Zelekha's unit

Deputy Accountant-General Hagai Miller is abandoning "the ship" controlled by beleaguered Accountant-General Yaron Zelekha, who reportedly received death threats this week.

By SHARON WROBEL
January 17, 2007 07:31

 
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Deputy Accountant-General Hagai Miller is abandoning "the ship" controlled by beleaguered Accountant-General Yaron Zelekha, who reportedly received death threats this week. Miller, resigned from his position on Tuesday to move become vice-president at the University of Haifa, where he will be in charge of business development starting February 1. The 32 years old accountant has been at the accountant-general's unit since 1998, where he was responsible for infrastructure, communications, environment, and water. His most recent projects included involvement into the light train tender for Tel Aviv, the Hadera desalination tender, as well as the digital radio and television tender and the tender for natural gas.

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