If Bibi wants to cut the fat, he should start at home
Insane cost of maintaining the Prime Minister's two residences is not just hedonism; it borders on corruption.
Prime Minister Netanyahu scanned the graph and pounded the table with his fist: “This is terrible,” he said. The ministers looked at him in silence. “You have a task,” he said, turning to budget supervisor Amir Levy. “Straighten those two lines – we can’t have a growing number of public sector employees while the business sector shrinks.”