Edelstein calls to ban fliers, banners at polling stations

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November 25, 2012 17:13

 
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MK Yuli Edelstein (Likud) called on Sunday to forbid fliers and banners at polling places if the Likud primary is extended in order to make candidates financially equal.

"If it is decided to set another date for the primaries on the election committee's... we should ban all campaign advertising in general, and in areas of the polls on the day in particular, to create equality among all candidates," Eldelstein said.


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