Six candidates chosen to run for new state attorney

By DAN IZENBERG
October 17, 2007 21:52

 
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The search committee headed by Attorney-General Menahem Mazuz for a new state attorney on Wednesday selected three of the candidates who proposed themselves for the jobs for the second stage of the procedure and announced that it would approach three others to see if they were interested, the Justice Ministry said Wednesday. The three candidates who reached the second stage are Attorneys Avia Aleph, Shai Nitzan and Rachel Shiber. The committee will ask Yehuda Weinstein, Moshe Lador and Army Advocate-General Brig.-Gen. Avihai Mandelblitt if they would agree to be considered candidates.

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