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Israel: Angry protests in Israel against PM

There have been protests at the home of Israel’s attorney general.

Demonstrators are urging Avichai Mandelblit to bring indictments in two corruption investigations involving Prime Minister , Benjamin Netanyahu.

There have been protests for the last six months, amid claims the attorney general is dragging his feet in the case.

However, more turned out this weekend after news that Netanyahu’s former chief of staff turned state witness on Friday.

Ari Harow has agreed to give testimony on behalf of the state in two graft cases in which the Israeli leader has been questioned as a suspect.

Ari Harow’s decision to turn state witness as part of a plea bargain in his own separate corruption case adds a new dimension to a long-running investigation involving Netanyah=

Read more: Angry protests in Israel | Euronews

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