Israel's attorney general is expected to announce later yesterday a decision on whether he intends to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption charges, Israeli media reported.
The reports come with Netanyahu in the midst of a tough re-election campaign ahead of April 9 polls.
Under Israeli judicial procedures, Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit would announce whether he intends to indict Netanyahu pending a hearing, where the prime minister would be given an opportunity to defend himself before charges are filed.
Netanyahu denies all allegations against him.
Police have recommended Netanyahu's indictment in three different cases.
In one case, he is accused of pursuing regulatory benefits allegedly granted to telecommunications firm Bezeq in exchange for positive coverage from a related media company. Another involves Netanyahu allegedly seeking a secret deal with the publisher of Israel's top-selling newspaper Yediot Aharonot to ensure positive coverage in return for pushing forward a law that would have limited the circulation of a rival.
The third case involves suspicions the premier and his family received luxury gifts from wealthy individuals in exchange for financial or personal favours.