Benjamin Netanyahu has called the corruption allegations “baseless»

Benjamin Netanyahu has called the corruption allegations “baseless»

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a televised address stated that the request of the police to charge him with bribery to nothing lead. On 13 February, wrote to the Jerusalem Post newspaper.

The Israeli government said that previous attempts to accuse him of corruption came to nothing and the same fate awaits the request of the police.

In a televised address, the Prime Minister also expressed confidence that they will be able to be re-elected in their positions for the next term, because in the end “the truth will come out”.

Their support for Netanyahu has already expressed the Minister of Finance of Israel and the leader of the party “Kulanu” Moshe Kahlon. He stated that he has no plans to dissolve the ruling coalition after a police and a decision on the fate of Netanyahu to accept only the attorney General.

13 Feb Ezra the police recommended to indict Netanyahu in two criminal cases (Case-1000 and it-2000).

One of the cases concerns the gifts that the Prime Minister received for himself and his family from Australian billionaire James packer and Hollywood producer Arnon Milchan. The second — relations with Netanyahu publisher of the newspaper “Yediot Ahronot” Arnon Moses. The consequence considers that Netanyahu in exchange for positive coverage of its activities promised Moses to make laws that will help his business. The Prime Minister denies all charges.

Netanyahu served as Prime Minister in 1996-1999. He returned to the post in 2009, and in 2013 was re-elected for a third term.