A Jerusalem district courtroom has introduced it was suspending Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s felony trial for 2 months due to restrictions arising from the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Netanyahu was scheduled to seem in courtroom on Tuesday to face prices of fraud, breach of belief and accepting bribes in connection to a collection of scandals.
But following the emergency well being measures the federal government enacted limiting the gathering of individuals in public locations, the courtroom introduced that it was pushing again the listening to till May 24.
Netanyahu is accused of receiving costly presents from rich associates and providing to alternate favours with highly effective media moguls. He denies the fees.