Police and Securities Authority recommend bribery charges against PM
PM Binyamin Netanyahu rejected the recommendations by the police and Securities Authority to prosecute him and his wife, Sarah Netanyahu, on suspicion of bribe-taking, fraud and breach of faith, that were released on Sunday at the end of a long investigation. Shaul Elovitch, owner of Bezeq Telecom and the Walla news website, was accused of bribing the prime minister with favorable press coverage in return for intervention in regulations affecting the Bezeq group’s business. In his statement, Netanyahu rejected the recommendations saying they offer no surprises since the exact same allegations were consistently leaked to the media by the police even before they started their investigation and have no legal standing. Furthermore, they were released – not fortuitously – on the eve of Ronnie Alsheikh’s departure as Police Commissioner. The police recommendations now pass to the state prosecution which determines whether there is a case for indictment or need further investigation. The prime minister’s Likud faction has declared its solidarity with Netanyahu, while opposition parties call for his resignation forthwith.
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Suicidal sedition against the best PM Israel has seen so far
Why so many Iranians policemen at Kiryat HaMemshala in Jerusalem?
This is part of the Jewish State.
Israel will have no peace until the fake liberturd Jews leave the Holy=Land. They belong in the Republic of France with their fagots and lesbians and Islam under the leadership of that homo Macron
Die of cancer in pain nazi pig
Eat shit and die You camel prick juice sucker
I believe, that any one including legal authorities at all levels including THE TOP. demonstrate ANTI
ISRAEl TREASON and expression the ANTI Semitism by their efforts to indite PM.
THIS should be STOPPED
HE deserves the highest awards as the patriot of ISRAEL
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