Israeli judge accused of unsuitable conduct with African refugees gets to keep his Civil Service job
Yossi Maimon is now employed as a senior adviser to the director general of the Authority for the Regulation of Bedouin Settlement in the Negev, despite claims of misusing his office.
Despite criticism of his behavior as a judge in the Custody Review Court at the Saharonim detention facility for African asylum seekers, attorney Yossi Maimon continues to be employed in the Civil Service.
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