UPDATE 6-Netanyahu says doing 'excellently', plans to attend key reform vote on Monday

July 25, 2023

Thanking well-wishers and the team that treated him in hospital, Netanyahu in a video statement said: "As you can see, I am doing excellently." The military chief Lieutenant-General Herzi Halevi wrote in an open letter that "dangerous cracks" are formed when politics impact on the military. Washington has urged Netanyahu, who is on trial for corruption charges he denies, to seek broad agreements over any judicial reforms. EXTRA NIGHT IN HOSPITALNetanyahu's office said his pacemaker procedure went smoothly and he was expected to be discharged later on Sunday. First elected to Israel's top office in 1996, Netanyahu has been both dynamic and polarising.