Police to question Ehud Olmert in Holyland probe on Tuesday
Former prime minister to be questioned on a line of corruption charges, among them accepting bribes worth NIS 1 million from contractors of Holyland project.
Former prime minister Ehud Olmert will be questioned on Tuesday morning regarding the Holyland corruption probe.
Olmert is expected to be interrogated on a line of corruption charges, among them accepting bribes worth
Olmert's media adviser Amir Dan said in response that "After six weeks of impartial and baseless leaks, the police finally decided to hear Olmert's statement on the subject, and now he will be able to respond to the allegations against him."
Dan also said that Olmert specifically emphasized that he was never offered bribes, and that he never took bribes in any capacity.
The allegations involve bribes paid to obtain permits for a number of real estate projects, one of which has been identified as the highly controversial Holyland residence project in
Two other projects, which were never implemented, concern developing tourism at the Manara Cliff site in the
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