Israeli FM Resigns Following Fraud, Breach Of Trust, Indictment
Israeli Foreign Minister of the far right ‘Israel Our Home” Party, Avigdor Lieberman, had to submit his resignation Friday after facing an indictment of fraud and breach of trust, and said that he will also resign from his post as vice Prime Minister despite claiming that he “committed no crime”.
Lieberman said that he will try to end the whole issue, and clear that indictments against him before the general Israeli elections that are scheduled to be held on January 22, 2013.
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