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(Bloomberg) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he’ll ask parliament to grant him immunity from prosecution on corruption charges, blocking the start of his trial for months.
“Immunity is designed to protect public figures from being framed, so elected figures can serve the people at the will of the people,” Netanyahu said in a televised statement, vowing to “tear to pieces all the baseless allegations against me.” On Sunday, he called immunity “a cornerstone of democracy.”
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