Hundreds of Israelis gathered in central Tel-Aviv for a weekly anti-corruption protest on Saturday night, demanding Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu step down from office. Protesters chanted while waving Israeli flags and placards. One of the protesters, Shalit Chuli, stated, «I believe we will manage to change things because many people are out on the street.» «The prosecution... Еще witnesses are people that were very close to Bibi [Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu] and are criminals themselves», he said. On February 13, the Israeli police recommended that Netanyahu should be indicted for bribery and fraud. Over the past year, Netanyahu has been questioned in three corruption probes, which he claims to be false accusations from his opponents. The final decision on whether the Prime Minister will face charges will be made by the attorney general's office.