Israel’s attorney general rules PM not required to resign after being indicted

Israel’s attorney general rules PM not required to resign after being indicted

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu does not have to step aside after being indicted for alleged corruption, the country’s attorney general ruled on Monday, a reprieve for the conservative leader as he fights for his political survival. Israeli law does not require Netanyahu to step down at this stage. He denies wrongdoing and has vowed to stay in power.

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