Netanyanu says withdrawing bid for parliamentary immunity from prosecution on corruption charges

Netanyanu says withdrawing bid for parliamentary immunity from prosecution on corruption charges
Netanyanu says withdrawing bid for parliamentary immunity from prosecution on corruption charges

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the proceedings would have been a 'circus'. — Ariel Schalit/Pool pic via Reuters

JERUSALEM, Jan 28 — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today said he is withdrawing his bid for parliamentary immunity from prosecution on corruption charges.

Israel’s longest-serving prime minister issued a statement saying the immunity proceedings in parliament would have been a “circus” and he did not want to take part in this “dirty game”.He said” I informed the Knesset speaker that I am withdrawing my immunity request. “ — Reuters

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