Immunity bill submitted to Knesset with Netanyahu indictment pending | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Immunity bill submitted to Knesset with Netanyahu indictment pending

The Israeli Knesset is considering legislation that would grant government officials immunity from criminal prosecution, and just so happen to spare Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from three looming corruption indictments.
If the proposed amendment to the Immunity Law passes, elected officials could not be charged with a criminal offense unless the 120-member Knesset and the Knesset House Committee agreed to waive immunity. Should Netanyahu’s Likud Party secure a coalition and outnumber its rivals, the measure could effectively place them above the law for as long as they serve in government.

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The timing here, is so predictable, that you could have set your watch by it.

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