Police recommended pressing charges against three former senior managers in the Central Bank of Israel, Army Radio reported on Wednesday.
Ephraim Gross, Zvi Tadmor and Ben-Zion Ben-Shushan, are expected to be indicted on charges of fraud and breach of trust.
A police investigation revealed that the three allegedly gave false reports to the Finance Ministry regarding the salaries of central bank employees, reports which included details of their own salaries.
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