Israeli police have been questioning President Moshe Katsav over claims that he is guilty of sexual harassment. They arrived at his residence this morning for what was expected to be the first of several such sessions. Faced with allegations he coerced a former female employee into having sex with him, the president denies any wrongdoing. But he risks being impeached by parliament if it determines he did act inappropriately. Just days ago, Justice Minister Haim Ramon resigned after learning he was to be indicted over allegedly forcing a kiss on a government employee – something he denies. He has now been replaced, on an interim basis, by fellow minister Meir Sheetrit.