Netanyahu's drivers win pay raise of thousands of shekels
The men who chauffer the prime minister have long demanded contracts in line with those given to members of the Shin Bet and have taken a step in that direction by winning a significant salary increase.
After a decade of trying and a lawsuit against the state, seven of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's personal drivers have convinced the Prime Minister's Office to boost their salaries by thousands of shekels per month.
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