December 3, 2018

Israel’s opposition urges Benjamin Netanyahu to resign amid bribery charges

Israel’s opposition leader has called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to step down after the Israeli police recommended indicting him and his wife, Sara, for bribery and other corruption charges.

Tzipi Livni, the leader of the opposition in the Knesset, made the comment in a Twitter post on Sunday. Read more.

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Related,
Opposition: 'Mob boss' Netanyahu must quit (video)- JPost
Opposition excoriates PM for saying criminal probes were ‘skewed from the start’ - Times of Israel

Israeli Opposition Calls on Netanyahu to Resign After Police Recommend Bribery Charges - Haaretz
- 'Witch Hunt': Netanyahu Blasts 'Tainted' Investigation After Police Recommend Bribery Charges - Haaretz

- Netanyahu: Polici reconmmendations to indict me are 'nothing' - JPost
‘What a Hanukkah gift’: Bitter PM slams police call to charge him with bribery - Times of Israel

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