Justice minister offers to testify in Olmert case

September 6, 2011 14:36

Justice Minister Yaakov Neeman told former prime minister Ehud Olmert's lawyer, Roy Belcher, that he would testify in court if necessary to support his statements concerning the legality of donations made by businessman Moshe Talansky.

According to Neeman's claim, the collection of funds for political purposes not during an election is legal and does not need to be reported.

Olmert's lawyers submitted Neeman's comments earlier Tuesday at the Jerusalem District Court.

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