Report: Police begin taking witness statements on PM's 'Bibi-Tours' affair

September 1, 2013 20:10


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The police have started taking witness statements from individuals who worked with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu regarding the 'Bibi Tours' affair Channel 10 news reported on Sunday.

‘Bibi-Tours’ is the name given to allegedly problematic flights taken by the PM that were funded by wealthy associates from late 1990s to the early 2000s.

Following the police work on 'Bibi-Tours' the state attorney will decide whether to open a criminal investigation on the matter, according to the Channel 10 report. 

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