Analysis || In Israel's Foreign Ministry, verdict brings end to months of uncertainty
Lieberman’s trial, regarding an improper ambassadorial appointment, merely increased the ministry’s existing internal tensions and suspicions.
There’s one building in the government compound in Jerusalem where workers will be glued to their radios and Internet news sites Wednesday morning. For diplomats in the Foreign Ministry, the verdict in former Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman’s trial marks the beginning of the end of months of uncertainty about the future of their workplace.
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