Lipkin-Shahak: Winograd findings on National Security Council neglected

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January 13, 2008 18:45

 
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The government has not implemented the findings of the Winograd committee regarding the National Security Council, Army Radio quoted former IDF chief Lt.-Gen. (res.) Amnon Lipkin-Shahak as saying Sunday. "In practice the National Security Council is non-existent today, and I don't see it [changing] either," he said. Lipkin-Shahak was chosen last May to head a committee to implement the Winograd findings. Among other recommendations of the Winograd Report was 'substantial improvement in the functioning of the National Security Council.' Herb Keinon contributed to this report.

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