Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu faces corruption charges; Will case be registered against him?

14 Feb 2018 07:15 AM

Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu faces corruption charges; Will case be registered against him?

Updated 14 Feb 2018 07:15 AM

Israeli police demand charges against PM Benjamin Netanyahu over alleged bribery cases. The police have said that there was enough evidence against the PM to indict him for fraud and breach of trust

On the other hand, PM called the allegations baseless

What are the allegations?

It has been alleged that Israel PM had asked a newspaper publisher for positive coverage. For this a promise to control rival publication was made

It has also been alleged that since 2009 PM received gifts worth at least a million shekels ($283,000) from Hollywood mogul Arnon Milchan

In exchange for gifts, support was given to get Mr Milchan a US visa.

Police also claims that Netanyahu allegedly did fraud and breach of trust in a case involving Australian billionaire James Packer.

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