Micha Lindenstrauss, German-born Israeli judge, Died at 82

Micha Lindenstrauss was born on June 28, 1937, in Berlin, Germany and died on May 2, 2019.

He was a German-born Israeli judge.

He was an Israeli judge and the State Comptroller between 2005 and 2012.

His family moved to Mandatory Palestine when he was two years of age, on the eve of World War II.

Lindenstrauss examined law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Upon the retirement of State Comptroller, Eliezer Goldberg, Lindenstrauss was the sole contender for the position. He was casted a ballot as State Comptroller by the Knesset (with 59 voting in favor of, 29 against), a position he expected in July 2005.

On May 2006, Lindenstrauss wound up associated with a warmed and exceptionally exposed question with Public Service Commissioner, Shmuel Hollander, who kept up Lindenstrauss’ yearly Comptroller report was unjustifiably and by and by one-sided toward him, bringing about lawful activity.

In April 2011 Lindenstrauss reported an examination concerning Benjamin Netanyahu’s movement to the detriment of private agents, essentially American Jews

Micha Lindenstrauss passed away at 82 years old.