Opposition concerned over A-G's meeting with Netanyahu's lawyers

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 21, 2019 14:37
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Opposition chairwoman MK Shelly Yacimovich questioned the attorney-general's meeting with the prime minister's lawyers on Monday.

"This is a very strange procedure, which does not exist in the law book, yet it is another slight violation of the equality aspect of the law," she said. "If Netanyahu really loves the country, he will protect it and the citizens of Israel, [he] will vacate his place... and enable the state and its institutions to recover from the violent and brutal attack on the judicial system and the institutions of the rule of law."

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