Zelekha submits police complaint against civil service commissioner

September 10, 2007 11:40


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Finance Ministry Accountant-General Yaron Zelekha submitted an unprecedented complaint to police on Monday regarding alleged criminal activity by Civil Service Commissioner Shmuel Hollander, Army Radio reported. According to the report, Zelekha accused Hollander of improperly promoting Adi Rivlin to the post of deputy accountant-general with the full cooperation of senior Prime Minister's Office officials. Rivlin is currently on trial for receiving favors from a subordinate. A year and a half ago, Zelekha sent Hollander a letter accusing Rivlin of traveling abroad at the expense of the MTS company, which set up the system of trading in government bonds.

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