A judge has denied a request by convicted former prime minister, Ehud Olmert, to fly overseas for a business meeting, according to a YNet report.
The judge also denied a similar request by former Jerusalem city engineer Uri Shitreet.
Both were convicted for their roles in the Holyland corruption scandal. Olmert is set to serve a multi-year prison sentence for his role.
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