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Police advises persecution prime minister of Israel

TEL AVIV – The Israeli police advises prosecution against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He is suspected of corruption in a case regarding the telecom company Bezeq, the message, the newspaper Haaretz. Netanyahu denies the allegations.

Benjamin Netanyahu.

The police think that Netanyahu, who was at that time also the post of minister of Communication, has held, his position has been abused to Bezeq for the benefit. The owner of the company, Shaul Elovitch, in turn, would news site Walla command have given positive messages about Netanyahu.

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The police says have proof that the prime minister and people from his environment actively interfere with media coverage on the prominent news site. Researchers also see the basis for the prosecution of businessman Elovitch, his wife Iris and the wife of the prime minister: Sara Netanyahu.

The authorities have the premier already longer in sight. It has been previously recommended him to the prosecution in two other cases that revolve around corruption and conflict of interest. The attorney-general must ultimately decide whether Netanyahu is actually being sued.

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