Israeli mayor David Amar could be indicted for major building code violations
Investigation finds Nesher mayor of 23 years built a house more than twice as large as he had received a permit to build, then tried to legalize it retroactively.
For more than a year and a half, the prosecutor's office has been sitting on a case against Nesher Mayor David Amar. A draft indictment has been prepared that charges Amar with major violations of the building code, Haaretz has learned, but it is still awaiting the approval of Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein, who must approve all indictments against elected officials.
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