Hanegbi: Olmert 'angry and frustrated' over persistent leaks

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July 25, 2008 09:19

 
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Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is very angry and feels frustrated and helpless because he believes he isn't being given the opportunity to prove his innocence in the various corruption cases against him due to the persistent leaks, Kadima MK Tzahi Hanegbi told Israel Radio on Friday. Regarding criticism by Attorney-General Menahem Mazuz that Olmert was evading detectives trying to schedule a fourth session of questioning, Hanegbi urged police and the Prime Minister's Office to reach an agreement over the interrogation sessions and not to argue in public over the timetable.

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