Elharar: The Israeli public has a right to know about Netanyahu's funding

January 12, 2019 13:36
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Yesh Atid MK Karin Elharar said on Saturday that "the Prime Minister [Benjamin Netanyahu] runs a video and spin-making factory instead of taking care of the country."
Saying that Netanyahu employs a strategy of "drips," Elharar said he "de-legitimizes every possible institution that may stand in his way...he thinks he's above everybody." She was speaking in Rishon LeZion during a cultural event.  
She also said that Netanyahu already accepted funds to pay for his legal defense from those close to him and that "the people of Israel have the right to know who is behind these funds."

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