Netanyahu lawyers meet Mandelblit say ensuring PM gets 'fair shake'

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 21, 2019 17:34
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's team of lawyers arrived today for a meeting with Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, accompanied by two retired senior judges, Justice Oded Mudrik and Justice Sefi Alon.

According to Netanyahu's team, comprised of lawyers Navot Tel Tzur, Amit Hadad and Tal Shapira, stated that they "are working to ensure that the prime minister, who is facing elections, receives a fair shake."

"A letter was submitted to the Attorney-General and signed by retired Supreme Court Justice Jacob Turkel who also supports our decision," they continued.

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