Another brick in the wall
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said Thursday he had no intention of resigning after prosecutors announced they were considering whether to indict him in connection with a corruption case.
“I am not about to resign. I stress — I am not about to resign,” Sharon was quoted as saying by the Yedioth Aharonoth daily. “If the question is whether recent developments are liable to bring about my resignation, the answer is no.”
Wednesday, a Tel Aviv court charged a property developer linked to the ruling Likud party with trying to bribe Sharon when he held lower government posts in the 1990s.
Sharon should held out for a hot tub. Instead, all he got was a lousy wall.