Israel justice minister proposes reducing legal advisers' role in ministries
Neeman's proposal would mean that the opinions of the ministries' legal advisers would not be automatically added to proposed resolutions, except in cases when they deemed them to be unequivocally illegal.
Justice Minister Yaakov Neeman is promoting a move that would reduce the the role of legal advisers in government activity. He surprised ministers with the proposal at the weekly cabinet meeting on Sunday.
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