Mandelblit condemns allegations against the law enforcement system as "unfounded" – Breaking News



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Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit on Wednesday condemned politicians who openly opposed the judiciary.

He claimed that nonprofessional proclomations and considerations affect the work they do and have no basis, are bad and harmful.

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