Former Likud MK Michael Gorolovsky admitted Wednesday to a breach of trust as part of a plea bargain deal over double-voting charges.
By accepting the deal, Gorolovsky will have the charges of counterfeiting and fraud erased from his record.
The former MK was initially charged with counterfeiting, fraud and breach of trust amid the suspicion that he voted twice during a Knesset budget vote in May 2003.
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