Winograd c'tee given 8 days to reply to MK appeal

April 2, 2007 13:13


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The Supreme Court ordered the Winograd Committee to reply within eight days to MK Zehava Galon's (Meretz) appeal that the committee make its protocols public, Israel Radio reported on Monday. The Court ruled the committee must supply a valid reason why the testimonies of the prime minister, the defense minister and the vice premier should not have been made public. Last week the Winograd site went live, and the testimonies of Prim Minister Ehud Olmert, Defense Minister Amir Peretz and Vice Premier Shimon Peres were published on it.

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