Winograd Committee will open meetings to public

By DAN IZENBERG
September 18, 2006 20:48

 
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The Winograd Committee will hold meetings open to the public in its investigation of the government's and army's performance in the war against the Hizbullah, the committee announced Monday. The committee held its first meeting on Monday following its official appointment by the cabinet the previous day. According to an official statement released after the meeting, the committee said, "we will do everything we can to conduct a credible, independent, speedy and efficient examination of the issues we were asked to examine and will do this without fear or favoritism." The committee said it would appoint a spokesperson to be in touch with the media and the public.

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