Kadima MK's husband, daughter, arrested for tax evasion

February 3, 2011 15:04


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Yochai and Rotem Tirosh, the husband and daughter of MK Ronit Triosh (Kadima), are suspected for alleged tax evasion. They were arrested by the Tax Authority and released on a NIS 700,000 bail, Israel radio reported Thursday. 

Their insurance agent was also arrested and released on bail.

Yochai and Rotem Tirosh are suspected to have requested from tax authorities a reimbursement for Rotem claiming that she worked for her father during the time which Rotem spent outside of Israel.

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