Shula Zaken, who served as former prime minister Ehud Olmert's chief of staff, arrived at the Lahav 433 Anti Fraud Unit offices on Wednesday to give testimony about her former boss, claiming Olmert was obstructing police investigation.
In light of Zaken's testimony, the state prosecution was examining the possibility of indicting the former prime minister for obstruction of justice, as well as other charges. In return for her testimony, Zaken will receive a plea bargain, removing some of the more serious charges against her.
At the same time, the prosecution was looking into the possibility of asking Judge David Rosen to postpone the verdict, but chances of that happening are low. (Naama Cohen-Friedman, Gilad Morag)