State comptroller to probe Netanyahu's $127,000 airplane resting chamber
Investigation into the PM’s recent flight to London is now underway following request by the Movement for Quality Government; probe also looks into trips to Europe at end of 2012 amounting to NIS 550,000.
State Comptroller Joseph Shapira is investigating Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent trips abroad in response to a request by the Movement for Quality Government that various aspects of the trips are explained.
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