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«Israeli» Court Rejects Petition to Silence Outcry on Netanyahu Corruption Probes
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The "Israeli" entity's police has been given the go-ahead to publicize indictment recommendations in two long-running corruption investigations into the prime minister by the entity's so-called highest court. Outrage over the probes led to months of large-scale protests.

"Israeli" PM Benjamin Netanyahu

The decision gives police the green light to submit their recommendations on the "Israeli" PM's possible indictment to the attorney general. The highly anticipated release was halted on Sunday due to the petition pending a hearing in court.

While the petition was still being processed, Netanyahu appeared to distance himself from the move.

We are not familiar with this petition, which was apparently submitted a long time ago. It was of course not done on our behalf, and we were not aware of it," his office said in a statement, as cited by the "Israeli" Ynet News.

At the same time, the PM attempted to downplay the impact of the looming police report on the attorney general's final decision, adding "we don't attach any importance to the recommendations, the value of which everyone now understands."

Fuchs, meanwhile, did not hide the fact that the petition's imminent aim was to shield the embattled Israeli leader from a public backlash that may result from the publication of the report. He argued that the attorney general will not be able to stay impartial amid such outcry and will be forced to take the side of the police.

"If Netanyahu needs to be indicted, the attorney general must make a decision to bring charges against him, but he needs to be able to make that decision without public pressure based on police recommendations," Fuchs told The Times of "Israel" ahead of the ruling, adding "the law agrees with me."

The Israeli leader has long been fighting with the country's law enforcement over Police Commissioner Roni Alsheikh's decision to proceed with the publication. Last week, after Alsheikh alleged that certain "powerful" elements are trying to compromise the investigation into Netanyahu by collecting information on the officers involved, the "Israeli" PM called the claims "delusional and false insinuations."

It follows reports that the bribe investigations have entered their final stages. It also comes immediately after the meeting concerning the recommendations, chaired by the police chief, recommend indicting Netanyahu in at least one of the corruption probes.

The "Israeli" leader is mired in two separate corruption investigations. The first, known as Case 1000, revolves around him allegedly accepting luxury gifts worth tens of thousands of dollars from an "Israeli"-American billionaire. The second, which is referred to as Case 2000, is focused on his rumored deal with the influential Yedioth newspaper for better coverage in return for a crackdown on its rival outlet. Netanyahu, who denies all the allegations, is likely to face charges in the first probe, "Israeli" media reported last week.

Since the probes were launched in December 2016, they have grown into a source of recurrent public outrage, with thousands of "Israelis" taking to streets to protest the "Crime Minister" every Saturday. Late last year, the protest movement was given a boost by "Israeli" lawmakers, who passed a law aimed at scrapping the procedure of police recommendations to the attorney general. The bill, however, was watered down so that it would not apply to current investigations, including Netanyahu's.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

13-02-2018 | 10:27

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