President Moshe Katsav's interrogation regarding his alleged sexual harassment of a former employee, as well as illegal pardons he allegedly awarded, has come to a close, Army Radio reported Sunday morning.
The special investigation teams charged with the Katsav case will hand in their final notes on the subject to Attorney-General Menahem Mazuz in the coming days.
Sources close to the investigation said there was enough evidence to indict the president for having sexual relations through exploitation of his authority.
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