Can Bibi survive?

Nelan, Bruce W.; Fischer, Dean
April 1997
Time International (South Pacific Edition);04/28/97, Issue 17, p44
Looks at how the Bar-On Affair is affecting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as of April 28, 1997. the numerous controversies Natanyahu has faced since taking office in 1996; Details of the Bar-On Affair; Netanyahu's response to the scandal; the role of Attorney General Elyahim Rubinstein; Possible outcome for Netanyahu if indicted; Public opinion of Netanyahu; Impact of the scandal on the running of the government; Outlook.


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