Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to be questioned for a second time on Friday, Channel 2 reported Tuesday evening.
Netanyahu was already questioned regarding allegations involving the receiving of gifts from business people. On Friday, police will question the prime minister regarding a second, unknown subject.
Speaking on Channel 2, Netanyahu's personal lawyer Jacob Weinroth said the prime minister can be "relaxed" after Monday's questioning.
"The easiest thing someone can do to neutralize a politician is to take a journalist, spin a story, and run to the police with it," Weinroth said.