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Ashura 2019


Hearings in Netanyahu’s Corruption Cases Concluded

Hearings in Netanyahu’s Corruption Cases Concluded
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By Staff, Agencies

The pre-indictment hearings of Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu came to an end on Monday night after four days of proceedings looking into three different corruption cases.

At the conclusion of the 10-hour hearing on Monday, the ‘Israeli’ entity’s Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit decided that another day of hearings was unnecessary, Haaretz reported.

Meanwhile, head of Netanyahu’s legal team claimed that he believes all cases against him would eventually be closed.

Monday's hearings tackled Case 1000, likely to have the least at stake of the cases surrounding Netanyahu.

Case 1000 charges that Netanyahu received various luxury gifts from billionaires Arnon Milchan and James Packer, with the former receiving assistance in exchange.

Sunday's 11-hour-long hearings dealt with Cases 4000 and 2000.

Case 4000 constitute the gravest offenses, charging that Netanyahu received more favorable coverage from Walla! news portal in exchange for promoting the business interests of its owner.

Case 2000 centers around Netanyahu’s deal with the publisher of the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper, which saw him take action against a rival outlet in exchange for more favorable coverage from Yedioth.