15 December 2019

Israel's Netanyahu facing fight of his political life

Home page Politics
12 Punto 14 Punto 16 Punto 18 Punto

Anyone who thought a decision on the long-running corruption investigation embroiling Israel's prime minister would resolve the country's political turmoil was wrong. reports citing BBC.

On Thursday Benjamin Netanyahu reacted to indictments on charges of bribery and fraud with a vitriolic attack on law enforcement, the judicial system and what he sees as hostile left-wing media. He claimed that police and prosecutors were conducting a grand conspiracy to remove him from power.

This was a line of attack he'd taken as the investigation closed in, and one he's expected to continue as the country staggers towards more months of political crisis.

And although Mr Netanyahu has been weakened, he has time on his side as he continues to struggle for political survival.

2019.11.23 / 10:18
See also

Positions of Putin and Zelensky don’t coincide on some issues

Turkish president to attend refugee forum in Geneva

Jeremy Corbyn apologises over heavy Labour defeat

Turkey's Erdogan congratulates new Algerian president

Turkish parliament head meets Iranian, Omani officials

Azerbaijani community of Nagorno-Karabakh sends letter to MEPs

Massive detention against anti-elections protesters

US is ready to lift Iran sanctions

Hamas celebrates its 32nd anniversary in Gaza

Private US military company met a Venezuelan official

Xocalı soyqırımı — 1992-ci il Bağla
Bize yazin Bağla