Why Is Netanyahu Suddenly Rushing to Secure a Plea Deal? Haaretz Explains

As negotiations resume, Haaretz explains the basic details of the agreement that may bring Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption trial to an end and potentially bar him from politics for years

Netael Bandel
Netael Bandel
Netael Bandel
Netael Bandel

Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instructed his attorneys on Monday to renew negotiations with Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit over a potential plea bargain agreement in the corruption cases against him, two weeks after he froze the negotiations.

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