Pre-trial hearings in corruption cases against the Israeli prime minister are ongoing. Benjamin Netanyahu is accused of bribery, fraud and breach of trust, but he has denied any wrongdoing. He faces no legal requirement to leave the government if indicted, as long as he remains prime minister. The four-day hearings come amid an election stalemate, which gives neither Netanyahu nor his challenger, Benny Gantz, a clear path to a majority coalition. Israeli lawmakers are sworn into the new parliament without a new government formed.

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