An indictment was served on Sunday against former Likud member of Knesset Michael Gorlovsky for his involvement in the so-called double-voting affair.
The indictment states that during a vote in the Knesset on the state budget roughly three years ago, Gorlovsky voted once for himself and once for Likud MK Gilad Erdan, who was absent that day.
The charges against the former MK include forgery of a document with intent to obtain a benefit under aggravated circumstances, fraud and breach of faith.
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