Netanyahu to address Knesset on Monday amid investigations

November 12, 2017 14:33
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will address concerns of the opposition during a speech to Knesset on Monday.

The speech comes at the request of some 40 members of Knesset who sit in the opposition. Netanyahu is scheduled to speak for an hour and a half and then field questions from Knesset members.

Netanyahu's speech comes amid three investigations into the prime minister and his associates, with recent reports claiming increased evidence supporting bribery charges against the prime minister in Case 1000. Netanyahu maintains his acceptance of  the gifts does not constitute a bribery, since they were gifts exchanged between friends.

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