Alfei Menashe mayor Hisdai Eliezer quits Kadima

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
August 25, 2009 17:48

 
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Alfei Menashe mayor Hisdai Eliezer announced on Tuesday that he had decided to leave Kadima in favor a new party led by current and former mayors. He said that due to mistakes made by Kadima, he believed the party had no future. A Kadima spokesman responded that Eliezer's claims were "nonsense." Eliezer's departure is a blow to the party that showcased him when he joined it. When Ariel Sharon founded the party, he made a point of putting kippa wearers and settlers on the party list, but all of them have since left the party or were not re-elected to the Knesset.

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