Former Jerusalem mayor’s bribe sentence delayed due to hospitalization
Prosecution says will insist Uri Lupolianski, convicted of accepting over 2 million shekels in bribes in Holyland case, will serve sentence despite medical condition.
The sentencing of former Jerusalem Mayor Uri Lupolianski, who was convicted of accepting over 2 million shekels (about $570,000) in bribes in the Holyland corruption case, was postponed to next Thursday after he was hospitalized on Monday. Despite efforts to reach an agreement between his lawyers and the prosecution on a sentence, the State Prosecutor’s Office said it will insist...
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