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Interior Minister Arye Deri will soon be questioned under caution by police and tax authorities for his role in a real estate affair that also involves his brother, attorney and businessman Shlomo "Momo" Deri, Channel 10 reported Thursday night.
According to the report, the police are ready for the questioning but have delayed it until after the visit of US president Donald Trump, which will require the full efforts of the police to secure. The case focuses on how the Deri family purchased its luxurious vacation villa in the Upper Galilee village of Kfar Hoshen, also known as Safsufa.
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