Serhat TUNAR -TDO- In Israel, the Attorney General announced that the institution accepted the indictments against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on three counts of corruption charges. The statement of the Prime Minister will be taken before the indictment is submitted to the court.
Adoption of the indictment before the general elections on April 9, Netanyahu's party criticized the decision of the Attorney General and considered the decision as 'intervention in elections' in their statement.
Netanyahu’s spokesman Ofir Gendelman said thataccusing the Prime Minister of bribery accusations is irrational and unacceptable.
Israeli Prime Minister said in a statement on the issue in recent months that the allegations were baseless and the truth would come out in the near future.