Amid Case 4000 recommendation, Gabbay pushes for Netanyahu's resignation

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 2, 2018 11:37
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Zionist Union leader Avi Gabbay said that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must resign.

"Netanyahu has become a burden to Israel. He must resign," Gabbay  demanded following the publication of Case 4000 on Sunday morning.  "Every additional day he remains in his position, he harms the citizens of Israel."

The Israel Police recommended indicting Netanyahu and his wife Sara on bribery, fraud and breach-of-public trust charges on Sunday

The decision to publish the results of the investigation comes on Police Chief Roni Alsheik's final day.

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