Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be interrogated by the police in what has been dubbed ‘Case 4000’ as early as next week, Channel 10 reported on Tuesday.
‘Case 4,000’, centers on suspicions that Bezeq’s controlling shareholder Shaul Elovitch was granted business concessions and regulations benefits in return for Netanyahu receiving positive coverage on Elovitch’s news website Walla.
Police reportedly suspect that Elovitch was fed insider information from the communications ministry by two close associates of Netanyahu — Shlomo “Momo” Filber and Nir Hefetz. Netanyahu was communications minister at the time.
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