Zionist Union to Netanyahu: Enough corruption, Israelis want change

The Zionist Union responded to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's assertion at a press conference Monday that he will not resign his position even if he is formally indicted before the upcoming elections.
"Netanyahu, suspected of corruption, continues as usual to cast aspersions of the institutions that will decide his legal fate," the statement said.
"The same Netanyahu who is sunken up to his neck in police investigations, continues to fold and to pay blood money to terrorists. After ten corrupt years in power, the Israeli public is tired and wants change."