Israel’s Attorney General (AG) Avichai Mandelblit will soon announce his decision whether or not to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – pending a hearing – in three separate corruption cases. Netanyahu has said that he will not resign and he is not legally required to do so. But with elections on 9 April, the AG’s decision has huge political significance.
This BICOM briefing examines the corruption cases, maps out the different stages of the legal and political processes, and analyses potential future scenarios.
The full briefing is available as a PDF below.