Analysis || Olmert: One of Israel’s best prime ministers but, sadly, corrupt
For nearly three decades Olmert walked a fine line between the permitted and the forbidden.
Young civics students who take a look at the festive photograph of the 31st government of Israel that was taken at the swearing-in ceremony in May 2006 will ask themselves: What was going on there? Is this for real? Did they really lead the only democracy in the Middle East just six or seven years ago?
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