Netanyahu assures Likud colleagues stability of his leadership, thanks Likud members

January 11, 2017 19:12


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asserted Tuesday that corruption allegation swirling around his office are unsubstantiated, assuring colleagues that his government is stable.

During a Likud faction meeting in Jerusalem, Netanyahu also thanked his supporters in his party and assured members that his premiership would not be affected.

"I am ready to give information, but I can tell you now that the details will provide nothing because there is nothing," Netanyahu said at the beginning  of the Likud gathering.

"There is tremendous support and I would like to first of all thank my colleagues for their support," he added.

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