Decision on Netanyahu indictment possibly 20/2

Attorney general to announce intention after inquiries into PM

11 January, 12:45

    (ANSAmed) - TEL AVIV, JANUARY 11 - The Israeli attorney general may announce the decision on whether or not to indict Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu on February 20.

    Netanyahu under investigation for several crimes that the police have already suggested he be indicted for.

    Corruption charges include the 1,000 Case (gifts in exchange for favors), Case 2,000 (relations between the PM and Yediot Ahronot editor-in-chief Arnon Mozes) and Case 4,000 (suspicions that the controlling shareholder of the telecommunications giant Bezeq, Shaul Elovitch, ordered the Walla news site, which he owns, to grant positive coverage to Netanyahu and his family in exchange for the prime minister advancing regulations benefiting Elovitch).

    The PM has always rejected all charges and has requested a television face-off with his accusers. (ANSAmed).

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