Yesh Atid MK gives testimony in Yisrael Beitenu corruption case

January 6, 2015 13:38


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Yesh Atid MK Boaz Toporovsky was called to give testimony to police investigators about the so-called “Yisrael Beitenu corruption case”, Yesh Atid confirmed on Tuesday.

Responding to reports in the Israeli press that an MK from the party had been called in to give testimony, the party said that Toporovsky “is not related to the Yisrael Beitenu case and was called to give assistance and information to police about the management of the Tourism Ministry in 2010, when he was serving as the head of the National Student Union.”

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