ISRAELI PM FACES FRAUD CHARGES OVER CIGERATE’S BRIBERY

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The Israeli prime minister will be given the opportunity to argue against the corruption indictment at a hearing before any charges are filed, according to the justice ministry.

He is alleged to have accepted gifts from wealthy businessmen and provided favours in return for good press coverage.

Netanyahu has denied the claims and says he’s a victim of a left-wing ‘witch-hunt’ ahead of the 9 April general election.

The country’s Supreme Court will determine whether he must resign or not, according to local media.

©MetroUKNews

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