The Gilour Appointments Review Committee announced today (Sunday) that it has decided not to approve the appointment of Yuval Albashan as CEO of the National Insurance Institute. The committee claimed that Albashan did not meet the conditions required for the position.
The committee, headed by retired district judge Bilha Glior, said: "The committee held lengthy discussions regarding Mr. Yuval Elbashan's candidacy for director of the National Insurance Institute, and its members read the extensive material that was submitted for their review."
"In the end, the committee decided not to approve the candidacy. It found that the candidate does not meet the qualifications required to serve as CEO of the National Insurance Institute, one of the largest and most complex statutory corporations in the country, which employs about 4,500 workers." NIS, and its total budget exceeds NIS 120 billion, "the committee said in a statement.
"Expects to make the reasoned decision from the committee", Photo: Gideon Markovich
The Minister of Welfare and Social Security, Meir Cohen, responded to the Gilour Committee's decision: "Prof. Albashan has been leading large organizations in the field of social security for many years and has special expertise in these areas. We hoped the committee would approve the appointment. From the committee to study it. "
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