Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Right-wing Likud leader and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who put the allegations of possible corruption in the election campaign at the center of the election campaign, demanded to put cameras in the ballot boxes for next week's general elections. However, Netanyahu's request was rejected by the legislature.
Netanyahu's party Likud officials, who asked their supporters to go to the polls to guarantee election in the fifth term, claimed that the Arab cities had been cheated in the inconclusive elections in April, but could not prove the majority of these claims.
The bill approved by Netanyahu's cabinet for camera surveillance was rejected by parliament a day later.
The country's chief prosecutor also opposed the draft law on placing cameras in ballot boxes for confidentiality and procedural reasons.