Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu has reacted to the alleged corruption cases levelled against him by prosecutors, saying he would “win” the forthcoming election in March, despite the trial.
THE WHISTLER earlier reported that the trial of Netanyahu continued today, Monday.
The country’s attorney-general’s office had accused him of engaging in bribery, fraud and breach of trust while serving as the country’s leader.
But reacting to the development on Monday, Netanyahu said that allegations were all made-up to destroy his political vision for the country.
“Everyone knows that the cases against me are sewn and today it turned out that they are not even sewn to the end. I hope they do not interfere in the election, but even if they do – we will win big. Thank you for your tremendous support!,” he said.