Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu referred to this morning (Sunday) to media reports about the investigation being conducted currently against him and Yediot Ahronot publisher Arnon (Noni) Mozes, dubbed "2000Gate."
"Naturally, I can not go into the details. What I can tell you that there is a campaign of tendentious leaks designed to mislead the public and distort the true picture as if crimes were committed that never were, and all this will be clarified later," Netanyahu told his ministers.
"Therefore, as I told you and as you already know: There will be nothing, because there is nothing. I left's parades Saturday night. I reiterate to our friends in the opposition - do not rush with the celebrations. We will be here and will continue to lead the country for years to come," added the Prime Minister.
Meanwhile, this morning the publisher and the controlling shareholder of "Yediot Ahronot", Arnon (Noni) Mozes, arrived at the offices of "Lahav 433" of Rishon Lezion police.
Moses is expected to be questioned about his talks with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, which allegedly included negotiations between the two on favorable coverage for Netanyahu in exchange for limiting the newspaper Yisrael Hayom.