Orlev slams PM over delay in Lebanon war questions

March 4, 2007 08:49


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MK Zevulun Orlev on Sunday criticized Prime Minister Ehud Olmert for his refusal to answer questions from State Comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss on the handling of last summer's war in Lebanon. Orlev told Israel Radio on Sunday morning that it was unknown when the next war would break out, and that Israel must therefore work without delay to fix the deficiencies that were present in the Lebanon war. He added that not only was Olmert holding back his answers to the state comptroller's questions, but members of his office have also been waffling for the past two months on handing over texts and protocols to investigators.

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