After a more serious accusation of fraud was denied, Sarah Netanyahu confessed to the lesser crime of using the mistake of another person.
In a short answer to the judge's decision, Sarah Netanyahu told the court:
The case involved ordering food delivered at the residence to a total of 175,000 shekels (just under $ 50,000), according to the indictment.
The food was ordered by Sarah Netanyahu and Ezra Saidof, a former manager of the residence and paid by state funds.
Prosecutor Jenny Aveni said in court on Sunday: "The significance of the sentence is that a person who is able to use public funds can not do what they would like to do or would like to do. years against public rules and regulations is a crime. "
Ezra Saidof has also reached an agreement with prosecutors, his lawyer, Yehoshua Resnick, said last week.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu embraces his wife Sarah at the Likud party headquarters in Tel Aviv on the night of the 1
Much more corruption is still hanging over the wife of Sara Netanyahu, the prime minister.
Benjamin Netanyahu faces potential bribery charges and a breach of confidence in three separate corruption investigations, and Israel's Advocate General has called for a hearing before the indictment scheduled for early October. at the hearing and with him the trial that could give the long-standing Israeli leader enough time to pass a law on immunity in the Knesset, effectively protecting him from prosecution.
He has repeatedly denied any violations by condemning investigations as a witch-hunted media pursued by the media.
In the first case, known as Case 1000, Attorney General Avichae Mandelblut announced in February that he intends to blame Netanyahu for a breach of trust. Case 1000 deals with supposed gifts that Netanyahu received from foreign billionaires worth a total of 1 million shekels (about $ 280,000), including cigars, champagne, jewelery, and more.
The alleged transfers took place between 2007 and 2016. In return for the gifts, the investigators argue that Netanyahu has attempted to make tax breaks that would be beneficial to businessmen.
In another case, known as Case 2000, Mandelblit plans to file charges. Netanyahu with another census. Case 2000 deals with alleged talks between Netanyahu and Arnon, "Noni" Moses, the owner of one of Israel's largest newspapers, Yediot Ahronot. Investigators say Netanyahu has called for more favorable coverage in exchange for limiting the proliferation of Yedioth Ahronoth's biggest rival, Israel Hayom, a free daily newspaper owned by right-wing megadon Sheldon Adelson, which is perceived by critics as Netanyahu. Benjamin Netanyahu will be charged with corruption charges pending hearing "data-src-mini =" // cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/190228101004-02-benjamin-netanyahu-lead-small-169.jpg "data-src-xsmall =" // cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/190228101004-02-benjamin-netanyahu-lead-medium-plus-169.jpg "data-src-small =" http: / /cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/190228101004-02-benjamin-netanyahu-lead-large-169.jpg "data-src-medium =" // cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/ 190228101004-02-benjamin-netanyahu-lead-exlarge-169.jpg "data-src-large =" // cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/190228101004-02-benjamin-netanyahu-lead-super-169 .jpg "data-src-full16x9 =" // cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/190228101004-02-benjamin-netanyahu-lead-full-169.jpg "data-src-mini1x1 =" // cdn .cnn.com / cnnnext / dam / assets / 190228101004-02-benjamin-netanyahu-lead-small-11.jpg "data-request-load =" not-loaded "data-eq-pts =" mini: 0, xsmall : 221, small: 308, medium: 461, wide
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The Chief Prosecutor also announced his intention to mislead Moses with a bribe. Moses' lawyer said his client was innocent and he expects the cases to be closed without accusations.
In another case, known as Case 4000, Netanyahu faces bribery and breach of the cost of trust. This is probably the biggest case in front of the prime minister. He deals with the relationship between Netanyahu and the Israeli telecommunications company Bezeq. Investigators say Netanyahu has increased the $ 1 billion Shekel ($ 280 million) regulatory benefits to the company and its major shareholder, Shaul Elovich, a friend of Netanyahu. Together with his prime minister, Netanyahu was also the minister of communications at the time. In return for the benefits, the case claims Netanyahu received favorable news from Walla News !, an online news organization owned by Elovich.
Mandelblatt said he plans to charge Elovitch with awaiting a hearing. Like Netanyahu, Elovich denied any violations.