Ben-Gvir's Office CEO Quits

The CEO of Ben-Gvir's office announced his retirement

Shlomo Ben Eliyahu, Director General of the Ministry of National Security and brother of Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, announced the end of his position after less than a year in the position due to personal reasons: "We promoted a series of achievements"

Shlomo Ben Eliyahu (Photo: Yonatan Zindel, Flash90.)

The Director General of the Ministry of National Security, Adv. Agriculture and Rural Development. The CEO is the brother of Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu of Safed, and the uncle of Minister Amihai Eliyahu.

In a letter to the office's employees, the director general stated: "Due to personal reasons, I recently informed the Minister of National Security of my intention to end my tenure as director general of the office. At the outset, I would like to thank the minister for appointing me to this important position, at such a sensitive and demanding time. Under his leadership, we have advanced a line of achievements, some of them are already bearing fruit and some will bear fruit in the months and years to come.

Eliyahu continued: "I am grateful for the privilege I had to work with you and this is the place to praise the employees and the management of the office for the fruitful cooperation, which led to many achievements, among them: an unprecedented achievement of increasing the budget of the Ministry of National Security, the Israel Police, Fire and Rescue and the Israel Defense Forces; A significant salary increase for police officers and prison guards; A significant increase in personnel standards in the office and its various bodies; Completion of the work of the committee for the establishment of the National Guard, which I chaired together with a professional team from the ministry."

The Minister of National Security: "I thank him for his significant contribution to the State of Israel"

He also added in his letter: "The family atmosphere, the professionalism and the unique pride that flows through the veins of the employees of the Ministry of National Security deserve great appreciation, keep it up. I thank the Minister of National Security, Knesset member Itamar Ben Gabir, for the trust he placed in me and for the joint work." From Wednesday, the 26th of Tishrei Tashpad, 11/10/2023, the director general of the office, Mr. Eliezer Rosenbaum, who is currently serving as the deputy director general, will serve as director.

Itamar Ben-Gvir (Photo: Yonatan Zindel, Flash90.)

Minister of National Security MK Itamar Ben Gvir: "I thank the director general of the ministry who agreed to my request to serve at a time when we built a huge budget for the ministry, which allows the ministry, the police, the fire and rescue service, and the prison service to be prepared for the challenges that lie ahead of them, to strengthen their capabilities and to implement the policy mine to strengthen confidence and the sense of personal security.

"During this period, we achieved significant achievements, including leading an emergency program to ease the granting of licenses to carry private firearms for citizens, increasing urban policing, budgeting for regular policing, and a long list of other achievements. In light of personal reasons, I accepted the CEO's request to end his term. The lawyer Ben Eliyahu has extensive experience in public service and served as CEO of many ministries and I thank him for his significant contribution to the State of Israel."

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