Israeli police questioned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday over his alleged dealings with the country’s largest telecommunication company, Israel Radio said.
A vehicle carrying police officers pulled up at the entrance of the prime minister’s official residence, where a clutch of protesters called for Netanyahu to resign over the investigations.
Police declined immediate comment, but Israel Radio said Netanyahu was being questioned over allegations he awarded regulatory favours to Bezeq Telecom Israel in return for favourable coverage on a news site the company’s owner controls.
Netanyahu, who has been questioned twice before in so-called Case 4000, and Bezeq have denied wrongdoing.
In February, police recommended Netanyahu to Israel’s attorney-general inorder to be charged with bribery in two other cases.