Friday, October 23, 2020

Ex deputy minister Kirschenbaum testifies for 1st time in bribery trial

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Former deputy internal affairs minister Faina Kirschenbaum revealed her defense against bribery charges, testifying for the first time before the Tel Aviv District Court on Monday in the “Yisrael Beytenu Affair,” one of Israel’s worst public corruption cases in history, which has already led to 12 convictions.

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