Dichter given 3 days to respond to Ometz petition Staff
The High Court of Justice ordered Internal Security Minister Avi Dichter on Monday to respond within three days to a petition filed by the watchdog organization Ometz protesting the appointment of Prisons Service Chief Warden Yaakov Ganot in place of Police Insp.-Gen. Moshe Karadi. Justice Ayala Procaccia said that until Dichter addressed the Ometz petition, the court would not move to prevent Ganot's appointment.
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