Sunday, August 6, Knesset member Yehuda Glick (Likud) said in an interview with NEWSru.co.il that at the moment there is no question of resignation of Benjamin Netanyahu as Prime Minister.
«If the Prime Minister can continue work, it needs to do, no formal and informal reasons for the Prime Minister left office,» said Glick.
According to him, the situation will change in the case of the filing of the charges: «I do one thing, if the Prime Minister will be indicted in bribery, he should resign. In the case of other charges, such as betrayal of public trust, for example, will need to carefully examine the indictment and decide in accordance with the gravity of the charges. But we are still far from this moment.»
The MP refused to answer the question, does the Prime Minister support in his party: «Before the onset of Shabbat I sent him a message that wished me strength and perseverance. I support him and don’t want to speak on behalf of others.»
From the environment of the Deputy of the Amir Potection (Likud) passed: «Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, like any citizen, has the right to the presumption of innocence. The Prime Minister is innocent until, until proven otherwise. Questions of guilt and innocence should be decided in a fair trial in court, not in Facebook, Twitter and in the media. Despite the fact that there are willing to begin now to install the gallows for the Prime Minister, I would tell them to hurry.»