Gaza, ALRAY - “ The number of criminal files against government employees in Israel significantly increased by 41% during 2013 ,” according to the annual report issued by the Israeli Discipline Department in the General Personnel Council.
According to the survey results, 303 files were submitted in 2013 compared to 132 files during 2012.”
It also indicated that 142 pleas brought to the discipline court in 2013 compared to 132 during 2012, in an average of 7%.
About 53 government employees have been sacked while five employees were transferred from their offices.
The report revealed that 75% of the files submitted on charges of harassment and sexual offenses.
Most complaints were against workers of some bodies and institutions, which includes: Ministry of Education,311, Ministry of Health, 180, Taxes Authority, 126, Immigration and Housing Authorities, 50, Ministry of Transportation, 40, Fire Brigade Authority, 30 and 24 complaints were against Ministry of Justice, according to the report.