|Preceded by||Nir Gil'ad|
|Succeeded by||Shuki Oren|
|Born||20 July 1970|
|Alma mater||Bar Ilan University|
Yaron Zelekha (Hebrew: ירון זליכה, born July 20, 1970) is an Israeli economist. He was an Israeli Ministry of Finance accountant general during 2003–2007. He was a key witness, according to state comptroller's office, who testified against Ehud Olmert in his role of finance minister in a case of alleged bribery during the sale of the Bank Leumi's controlling shares. Zelekha said that State of Israel is more corrupt than it appears.
In 2011, Zelekha was chosen to head a committee for examining centralization in the private vehicle market in Israel.
- Police to look for criminal aspect in Leumi affair, Aviram Zino 10.30.06, Ynet
- Accountant general: Israel more corrupt than world thinks, Aviram Zino Published: 01.09.07, Ynet
- Gutman, Lior (August 26, 2011). "Auto Market to Open Up for Competition?". Ynetnews/Calcalist. Retrieved August 26, 2011.
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