Knesset Rejects Chareidi Work Applicants


Not one of 80 chareidim who applied for maintenance jobs in the Knesset got a job despite a new law pushed through by MK Moshe Gafni which requires affirmative action in civil service jobs.

Ironically, a chareidi woman who applied and was rejected got a maintenance job in the Knesset through an external contracting company.

MK Yisroel Eichler asked Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein to look into the issue.

{ Israel News Bureau}


  1. It’s like when Lapid was Finance Minister and they opened up another Finance office and needed a few hundred tax specialists.They were flooded with applications from charedim who had the qualifications, but how many charedim did Lapid hire? 0.


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