After Likud recount, Hotovely moves up to spot 20, while Dichter moves down to 26

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
January 19, 2015 16:35

 
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A recount in the Likud primary saw two prominent members of the party switch slots on the party list.

While Deputy Transportation Minister Tzipi Hotovely moved up to a realistic slot on the party's Knesset list, to number 20, MK Avi Dichter's inclusion in the Knesset list is not ensured at number 26.

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