Netanyahu’s lawyer refuses to say how conflict of interest deal should be enforced

A lawyer for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterates his argument that the premier cannot be ordered to recuse himself for violating his conflict of interest arrangement, but refuses to say how the deal should be enforced when pressed by the High Court.

“The prime minister sees himself as obligated to the conflict of interest arrangement,” Michael Rabello says.

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