Reuters Baz Ratner
Israeli sources confirmed that the indictment submitted against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the file known as “4000” has been amended and submitted to the Central Court in Jerusalem through the Tax and Economy Prosecution.
She pointed out that the amendment came after requests submitted by Netanyahu, Shaul and Iris Allovitch, to remove all terms attributed to “the prime minister and his family,” and to address only the prime minister in the indictment.
The amended list includes detailed information on 315 detailed events provided by the Israeli website Walla, which was owned by the loft to cover the activities of Netanyahu and his family.
The Public Prosecution says that “out of 230 requests, there are indications that the prime minister was involved in 150 requests for himself and his family.”
According to the amended list, “the trends included requests to improve media coverage of Netanyahu and his family, increase the time for showing positive news about him, change negative headlines about him and his family, and practice negative coverage of his political rivals.”