Labor court ruled in favor of her former caretaker, Meni Naftali, and ordered the state to pay him $42,500 in damage.22:51 11.02.16 | 0 comments
Honor and Respect. The moment he was accused he should had leave his position to clear his name (or not). I am certain that if he is innocent (as he so emphatically said yesterday) he would have been welcome back into politics as the decent man, from a higher ground. Or if he would have been found guilty he could at list had "retired" with some dignity. Now he had made a mockery of his position and of all of us not only in Israel but also around the world. What I see in him now is someone who cares about himself more than he cares about the institution he was elected to serve. Another hurt man that doesn't have the courage to do the right thing!