Interior Minister Aryeh Deri and his wife Yaffa were questioned for more than six-hours on Monday afternoon in an ongoing corruption case against him, police said
This was the second time the Deris have been questioned, a week after they were interrogated for a marathon 11 hours over a slew of corruption allegations.
A statement from police spokeswoman Luba Samri after the interrogation ended said that Deri was questioned from “early morning,” at the Lahav 433 police unit headquarters in the city of Lod.
Samri said there will be no further statement on Deri’s latest questioning, as the investigation is ongoing. Read more at Times of Israel.