Cmdr. (ret.) Moshe Mizrahi to run on Labor list

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January 11, 2012 17:02

 
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Cmdr. (ret.) Moshe Mizrahi told Labor Party leader Shelly Yacimovich Wednesday that he would run for the Labor Party list in the next elections.

Mizrachi has already finished his cooling off period that lasted three years. He retired from the police in July 2006.

Mizrachi served as commander of the the national police unit for Serious and International Crimes, heading the investigation of many cases, including that of Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman.

Yacimovich welcomed Mizrachi's announcement, saying that he is one of the "senior fighters for the rule of law and against corruption."

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