Attorney general will examine evidence and decide whether to indict after police investigation of the prime minister in two cases
Police have recommended to Israel's attorney general that Netanyahu be charged with bribery in two cases.
The legal action comes two months after Israeli media first reported that Netanyahu was grilled by police investigators for more than three hours.
The Israeli PM, who could face charges, vows to stay on and brands allegations "baseless".
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu defiant after police recommend his indictment on corruption charges
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that he has devoted his political career to helping the country and a police recommendation that he be indicted on corruption charges would go nowhere.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Police investigating Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have recommended to Israel's attorney general that he be charged with bribery in two cases, Israeli news media reported on Tuesday.
Israeli police have recommended that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be charged with bribery, fraud and breach of public trust.
Israeli police recommended charging Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with bribery, fraud and breach of trust in a move that could lead to a formal indictment and is likely to further dent the leader’s popularity and threaten his ruling…