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The Attorney General’s Audit Commissioner, retired Judge David Rosen, this morning (Tuesday) addressed a complaint against Deputy State Attorney Liat Ben-Ari, and decided not to intervene in the alleged construction offenses case.
Judge Rosen criticized Ben-Ari and Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, following the suspicion of construction offenses by Ben-Ari in a residence belonging to her and her husband.
“A public servant, certainly a public servant who holds a senior position, is commanded to be careful and cautious in his actions as lightly as severely, not only when performing in his public office,” the Attorney General’s Audit Commissioner said, “senior officials should set an example.”
The Commissioner states that he has no authority to discuss the allegations raised in the complaint, which it is not disputed that they must be properly and impartially examined by the competent authorities – the local committee and law enforcement bodies, and these parties must be allowed to act lawfully without interruption or intervention.
Liat Ben-Ari told Judge Rosen that it was appropriate that the certain changes made to the house, as well as the split into two housing units, be made only after obtaining the necessary permits, and she regrets that.
The Commissioner wrote in his decision that “it is impossible not to say out loud and clear that a public servant, certainly a public servant who holds a senior position, is commanded to be careful and careful in his conduct as well as severely, not only when performing in public office. “His hand, and everything, and rightly so, without assumptions and forgiveness. In other words, a flame in cedars, even if it is a small flame and even a spark, can ignite and ignite others, who see with their own eyes and do as they do.”
Commissioner Rosen added: “These present things are even more beautiful, these days, when the legal system is a target for pressure on the applicants’ tongues, on the face of it, to challenge and erode its status. The status and power of the judicial system .
Following these remarks, Commissioner Rosen recommended that the Attorney General establish rules of conduct for public servants in the directives of the ombudsman, not within the framework of their public office.
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