Justice Minister Haim Ramon, who was accused last week of sexually harassing a young woman who had worked in a government office, has been temporarily suspended from law enforcement until after the results of his inquiry are made clear.
He will be unable to appoint court judges, rabbinical judges or deal with pardon requests.
Ramon will be prohibited from managing any issues of the attorney's office.
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