Report: Netanyahu to be questioned for last time in connection to Case 4000 on Friday

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be questioned Friday for the final time in connection with Case 4000, Channel 2 reported on Tuesday.
In Case 4000 the prime minister is alleged to have ordered top aide Shlomo Filber – who he appointed as director-general of the Communications Ministry – to issue favorable rulings for Bezeq. That reportedly included getting anti-trust regulators to approve Bezeq’s merger with satellite TV unit Yes.
Former spokesman for the Netanahu family Nir Hefetz turned state witness, and his evidence has been used as a key piece by police.
Netanyahu has repeatedly denied the accusations.
Tamara Zieve contributed to this report.
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