State Comptroller Joseph Shapira is set to decide whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu can accept donations from high-profile allies to pay for his legal defense in his corruption cases.
In mid-January, State Comptroller Joseph Shapira referred the issue to Mandelblit for legal consideration.
Netanyahu received illegal funding from his cousin, Nathan Milikowsky, amounting to $300,000.
Shapira’s review led to arrests
"Legal expenses arising from a criminal investigation, which includes a suspicion of criminal acts in connection with various capital owners, should not be carried out by financiers."
Normally clean Yesh Atid, Hatnua also fined.
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The comptroller wrote that Netanyahu, like other ministers, failed to consult the proper committee on whether receipt of the travel funds violated the law.
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