Police investigate council head in North for bribery

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June 30, 2010 02:20

 
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The head of the Beit Zarzir Council, Hassan al-Hayeb has come under the suspicion of accepting bribes and was subject to a police investigation that was still ongoing Wednesday.

After the conclusion of the initial police investigation, Hayeb was released to house arrest for three days.

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