Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu allegedly made a ‘marriage contract’ that gave serious powers in the administration to his psychologist wife Sara Netanyahu, whom she married in 1991.
David Arzi, former Vice President of Commercial and Civil Aviation at Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), claimed in an online interview that he had read the agreement, courtesy of Netanyahu’s lawyer and cousin, David Shimron.
With the 15-page agreement Netanyahu signed with her husband in 1999, Sara Netanyahu was given veto power over appointments to the internal intelligence service Shin Bet, the foreign intelligence service Mossad and the Israeli army.
With the agreement, it was stated that Sara Netanyahu was also allowed to attend all top secret meetings, and the Prime Minister gave full authority to her husband in financial matters.
Arzi said, “In the agreement, it was written that Binyamin will not have a credit card, only Sara will have a credit card, and if she needs money, her husband will give it to her.”
David Shimron, who is with Netanyahu and manages all of his financial affairs, announced that he will sue Arzi for libel.