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The government has changed, but the former ministers still have a reserved parking space in central Tel Aviv - voila! news


More than a week after the inauguration and the exchange of positions, the parking spaces of former ministers Michaeli and Horowitz are still marked as reserved. The two live in the center of Tel Aviv, in an area characterized by a great parking shortage. Michaeli: "It is the responsibility of the municipality and the Ministry of Transportation to regulate this." Tel Aviv Municipality: will be dealt with in the coming days

The reserved parking lot near Horowitz's house (Photo: Yotam Ronan)

Horowitz and Michali (photo: official website, Haifa Municipality spokeswoman Reuven Cohen)

More than a week after the swearing in of the new government and the ceremonies for the change of positions, the parking spaces designated for the former ministers are still marked near their home in Tel Aviv.

In the photo that "Haaretz" journalist Haim Levinson uploaded to Twitter, according to him, the car of Lior Shlain, the spouse of former transport minister Merav Michaeli, can be seen parked in the place reserved for her.

The parking lot belonging to former health minister Nitzan Horowitz also stands in its place.

Horowitz and Michali live in the center of Tel Aviv, an area characterized by a great parking shortage.

But as of today, the sign with the inscription "parking space reserved for a security vehicle" and the white rectangle underneath it has not been removed from its place near their apartment.

The municipality claimed that they will deal with the issue in the coming days, including the parking locations for the new ministers.

The Tel Aviv Municipality stated that "Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality is acting according to the instructions and requirements of the Prime Minister's Office on the matter. These days we are canceling the parking signs for outgoing ministers and issuing them to incoming ones."

Michaeli refused to comment, and referred to the Tel Aviv Municipality and the Ministry of Transportation: "It is their responsibility to regulate the parking of the ministers as soon as they change."

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Source: walla

All news articles on 2023-01-09

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