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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be questioned Friday for the final time in connection with Case 4000, Channel 2 reported on Tuesday.
In Case 4000 the prime minister is alleged to have ordered top aide Shlomo Filber – who he appointed as director-general of the Communications Ministry – to issue favorable rulings for Bezeq. That reportedly included getting anti-trust regulators to approve Bezeq’s merger with satellite TV unit Yes.
Former spokesman for the Netanahu family Nir Hefetz turned state witness, and his evidence has been used as a key piece by police.
Netanyahu has repeatedly denied the accusations.
Tamara Zieve contributed to this report.
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