Police Chief Roni Alsheikh will hold a meeting on Wednesday with the investigating teams in cases 1,000 and 2,000, both corruption cases involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Police are expected to wrap up their investigations into two corruption cases involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as early as next week.
The first case, known as Case 1,000, revolves around expensive gifts Netanyahu allegedly received from several close acquaintances, including Israeli businessman Arnon Milchan. The second case, known as Case 2,000, centers on alleged phone conversations Netanyahu held with Arnon Mozes, the publisher of the Yediot Ahronot daily newspaper.
On Wednesday, Police Chief Roni Alsheikh will hold a meeting with the investigating teams in both cases. Alsheikh will be presented with all the information gathered throughout the investigations. At the end of the meeting, police are expected to publish their recommendations and transfer both cases to the State Attorney’s Office.