An Israeli police spokesman says investigators are summoning Prime Minister Ehud Olmert for a second round of questioning about money he accepted from an American businessman.
Micky Rosenfeld says police informed Olmert's lawyer they want to question the prime minister in the coming days.
'' Rosenfeld said on Sunday police are now awaiting a response on the place and time for the questioning.
'' Olmert's already low popularity is taking a further drubbing over the suspicions he took money from U.
S.
businessman Morris Talansky.
Olmert denies wrongdoing and says the money was to fund political campaigns.
But police are not ruling out bribery.
The new charges mark the fifth police investigation into Olmert since he took power in 2006.
He has never been convicted.