It is Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit who will decide on whether the country’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will officially face charges of fraud, bribery and breach of trust.
Hundreds of Israelis have once again taken to the streets in Tel Aviv to say “no” to corruption and demand the resignation of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
During the protest rallies, which took place in the city’s center on Saturday, demonstrators carried placards and chanted anti-government slogans.Such rallies are now taking place once a week, and have done so for four consecutive months.
Apart from Tel Aviv, protests are being held in other Israeli cities, including Petah Tikva, where Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit’s home is located.
In February, Israeli police said that they had collected enough evidence to support claims that Netanyahu committed fraud and took bribes.