The Israeli police have recommended the prosecution of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara for alleged fraud and bribery.
You are suspected of granting Regulatory Benefits to the Bezeq Telecommunications Company in exchange for positive media coverage of the pair.
Mr Netanyahu rejected the allegations in the so-called Case 4000.
The Israeli Attorney General will now have to decide if he will bring charges in this case.
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In February, police recommended Mr. Netanyahu to be indicted for corruption in two more investigations.
What are the latest allegations?
On Sunday, Israeli police and Israeli security officials said there was sufficient evidence of bribery, fraud and breach of trust against Mr. Netanyahu and his wife.
They are suspected of interfering in regulatory decisions, Bezeq and its controlling shareholder Shaul Elovitch.
In return, the couple Walla should have received a more positive reporting! News site, owned by Bezeq.
The police also said there was enough evidence to charge Mr Elovitch for bribes.
When he responded to recent allegations, Mr. Netanyahu tweeted, "These referrals were already identified and leaked before the investigation began." I'm certain that in this case, the competent authorities will review the matter after the investigation
Mr. Elovitch has not made any commentary on this subject so far.
What about the two previous cases?
One of them deals claiming that Mr. Netanyahu had asked the editor of an Israeli newspaper, Yediot Aharonot, for a positive coverage rival publication.
In the second case, Mr. Netanyahu is under suspicion of gifts of at least one million shekels ($ 270,000, £ 21
The Jerusalem Post reported early in the Years were among the gifts of champagne and cigars. They were issued in return for granting a US visa to Mr. Milchan.
Mr. Netanyahu dismissed all allegations as "baseless."
The Israeli media say the 69-year-old The former prime minister has been questioned several times by investigators.
Mr. Netanyahu quotes a fragile coalition, but seems confident that the allegations will not lead to early elections.
The next Legislative Survey is scheduled for November 2019 Netanyahu is in his second term as Prime Minister.