Israeli Police Recommend Charges Against Netanyahu

(JTA) — The Israel Police recommended that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted on bribery and breach of trust charges in two alleged corruption cases.

The recommendation, made public on Tuesday evening, comes after yearlong investigations into the two alleged corruption cases.

State prosecutors must now decide whether or not to file indictments.

Netanyahu in an address to the nation Tuesday night maintained his innocence, saying the recommendations “cast a dark shadow” and “have no place in a democratic state.”

“I will keep working for the good of the country, not for cigars from a friend and not for better media coverage,” he said in reference to the accusations.

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