MK's petty cash box disappeared for a few hours

March 4, 2009 20:11


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A complaint to investigate the disappearance of a small amount of money was filed on Wednesday to the Knesset security officer and was cancelled later that day. The Knesset security officer received the complaint from a parliamentary assistant, who said that a petty cash box belonging to a Knesset member disappeared from the office. Later that day the assistant called the Knesset security officer to cancel her complaint. Acting Speaker of the Knesset MK Michael Eitan said he did not know the identity of the MK whose money was the subject of the brief, minor scandal.

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