Evidence said still insufficient to warrant Netanyahu interrogation

A senior official involved in a preliminary probe of Prime Minister Netanyahu tells Channel 10 that at the moment there isn’t sufficient evidence to summon Netanyahu for an interrogation under caution.

Meanwhile, Channel 2 reports that the Israel Police have been given the go-ahead to conduct what amounts to a full, albeit unofficial, investigation.

The allegations against Netanyahu reportedly involve suspicions of large illicit donations from foreign businesspeople.

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