Labor leader MK Shelly Yacimovich on Monday called on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to take charge of the harassment investigation surrounding his chief of staff, saying he should act more like a commander.
The prime minister, she said, should "leave his passive approach and send a strong message to encourage the truth to come to light." R., the woman who was allegedly harassed by Netanyahu's chief of staff, "is afraid to testify. Tell her that it will be OK to testify and let the truth emerge," she added.
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