'Camp Sucker' activist Kish to run in Likud primary

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October 21, 2012 19:05

 
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Yoav Kish, an activist with "Camp Sucker," the protest group that fought for equality in the burden of national service, announced on Sunday that he will run in the Likud primary.

Kish was a member of the Plesner Committee, which was meant to come up with a replacement for the "Tal Law" but was dissolved within a month of its formation in May. At the time, other "Camp Sucker" demonstrators objected to Kish's appointment to the committee, saying he is representing PM Binyamin Netanyahu's interests.

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