Corridors Of Power: Prepare yourself for a surprise audit

Jerusalem city hall is preparing itself for an audit by hiring one of their own.

August 25, 2016 18:56
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The damage: The Versailles Hall floor implosion mid-wedding left 23 dead and 380 injured. (photo credit: REUTERS)


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Long ago, when things were much simpler to understand – before the politically correct, the multi-whatever discourse and the cynicism took over everything – most of us believed that the best way to successfully undergo an audit was to just do things properly.

Well, it seems those days are gone forever, and what we have now is a mixture of sarcasm and lack of shame, all aimed at finding ways to override public criticism – and almost all the means are “kosher.”


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