Court to decide next week on Histadrut race

February 23, 2012 16:17


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Histadrut Labor Federation chief Ofer Eini will try to keep his post in a May 22 race against a Labor MK. The Tel Aviv District Court will decide at the beginning of next week which MK it will be.

Both MKs Eitan Cabel and Amir Peretz joined the race Wednesday. If Cabel is permitted by the court to run, Peretz will quit the race. But if as expected the court blocks Cabel, Peretz will face off against his bitter foe Eini in a one-on-one election.

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