MK Avi Dichter on Sunday announced his candidacy in the Kadima party primaries, challenging party leader Tzipi Livni and contender Shaul Mofaz for the chairmanship.
At a press conference held at the Kadima party headquarters, Dichter lamented what he described as Kadima's deterioration in the past three years. "Our influence in central issues was zero, even though we (make up) one fourth of the Knesset," he said.
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