>> Israeli police entering the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem on Friday to question him for the 12th time in a long-running corruption investigation. Police said Benjamin Netanyahu was interrogated for several hours with a focus on two cases in which police have already recommended indictments against him. Reuter's Ari Rabinovitch has been following the case.
>> There are a number of cases against Netanyahu, they include allegations that he and his family received gifts from businessmen. And also that Netanyahu allegedly had discussions about getting favorable coverage in one of Israel's largest newspapers.>> Allegations claim Netanyahu secured this coverage in return for curbs on a rival daily newspaper, Israel Hayom.
The prime minister denies any wrongdoing calling the whole investigation a witch hunt. His spokesman said he quote, answered every question with full confidence knowing clearly that nothing happened.>>
In June, the justice ministry said she along with a government employee fraudulently obtained more than $100,000 for meals supplied by restaurants. It'll now be up to Israel's attorney general to decide whether to file charges against Netanyahu. Lawmakers in his coalition say they're awaiting his next moves.>> Politically there could be ramifications, however so far his, governing partners have stood behind him.