Olmert declared chief suspect in Holyland real estate case

Former prime minister Ehud Olmert is a suspect in the Holyland real estate scandal, police announced Thursday.

According to police suspicions, between 1999 and 2008, the Holyland development company and associated land development projects, then owned by businessman Hillel Charni, paid tens of millions of shekels in bribes to senior public decision makers in the Jerusalem Municipality, members of its planning and construction committee, the Israel Lands Administration and others.

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