Yishai: Kern probe leak should have been delayed

January 4, 2006 13:48
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Shas Cairman Eli Yishai stated on Wednesday that the report on the new developments in the Cyril Kern investigation should have been delayed until after Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's catheterization. According to Yishai, the responses to the report were analogous to "puncturing the ambulance's tires on the way to the hospital." There are times when politicians must restrain their urges to "dance on the blood of others," he added according to Army Radio. Sharon was scheduled to undergo a catheterization procedure on Thursday under general anesthesia. During that time his duties will be temporarily transferred to Deputy Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.

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