"Netanyahu tells Lieberman he hopes he proves his innocence and returns quickly to government." I personally believe that Mr. Lieberman is as qualified for his job as any bouncer would be for a top level political appointment. However, when I read above that the PM told him that he hopes Lieberman "proves his innocence," I was shocked. Is there no presumption of innocence until guilt is proved beyond doubt in Israel?
Spain investigating ex-IMF chief Rato for fraud (Reuters)
from the article: Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman to resign over indictment decision