State comptroller to levy heavy fines to MKs

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
December 1, 2015 22:25

 
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State Comptroller Yosef Shapira will release a report Wednesday afternoon on the spending of MKs during the party primaries ahead of the March 17 general election.

The report, which is embargoed until 4pm Israel time Wednesday, will outline misdeeds by several MKs, many of whom were fined.

The report accuses candidates in the primaries of actions that could be criminal. There were primaries in Likud, Labor, and Bayit Yehudi.

The report will be published on Shapira's Facebook page.

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