Hanegbi admits that he has made mistakes

September 16, 2010 15:37


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MK Tzahi Hanegbi reacted Thursday to demands made by the state prosecutor for a suspended sentence against him by saying "I conduct public campaigns, during 30 years I have made mistakes."

"The last seven years have been difficult, it turns out that this time of difficult periods has not allowed me to acclimatise myself. The longer you don't see the end, the harder it gets," Hanegbi continued.

Hanegbi added "the hardest thing is that even if you feel strong and feel that your innocence will prevail, the dearest people to you pay the price and the affect it has on them hurts a lot."

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