'I plan to serve as Prime Minister for many years to come' - Netanyahu

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 28, 2019 20:26
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke for the first time in response to the Attorney-General's announcement that he intends to indict him for bribery.

Netanyahu claimed that: "I intend to continue to serve the people and the country as Prime Minister for many years to come, but it depends on you - the people. Not in clerks, not in studios, not in commentators and reporters, it's up to you.""The choice is sharp as a razor-a weak Left-wing government of Lapid and Gantz with the Arabs, or a strong government in my leadership. Netanyahu concluded.

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