Netanyahu Faces Fourth Round of Police Questioning in Gifts Probe


The Times of Israel reports: Police investigators are set to question Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a fourth time on Monday, as part of the ongoing corruption investigations into the Israeli premier.

One investigation, dubbed Case 1000, has the Lahav 433 anti-corruption unit probing whether Netanyahu’s accepting of expensive gifts from businessmen, and then taking actions on their behalf, amounts to an illegal conflict of interest.

Case 1000 is one of two ongoing corruption investigations into the prime minister and his family, who have firmly denied any wrongdoing in any of the cases.

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