"If I hadn't restored electricity to the religious communities before Shabbat, they would have been cut off for 25 hours straight." Israel Electric Corporation CEO Meir Spiegler spoke today (Wednesday) at the Knesset State Audit Committee and addressed the power outage incident last weekend.
At a meeting of the State Audit Committee, headed by MK Miki Levy, they discussed the issue of electricity supply in the country and addressed events last weekend in which many residents were cut off from the electricity supply. Israel Electric Corporation CEO Meir Spiegler spoke about the storm of disconnections.
"They also have children and babies"
"There's an age-old document that says who you don't cut off in times of demand problems and proactive disconnections," Spiegler explained. "The document does not address the situation on Fridays and holiday eves for power cuts and connections."
He added: "The information published from what I said on the subject is wrong, false and inflammatory. Religious communities were cut off every Friday – if I hadn't restored their electricity before Shabbat, they would have been cut off for 25 hours. They also have children and babies. I knew that by 9 p.m. there would be no more electricity problems in the country. Proud of the decision. She was most worthy. It's humane and humane."
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