Elections C'tee: Likud-Beytenu broke election law

January 4, 2013 14:41


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The Likud-Beytenu Party breached election law by hiring singer Sarit Hadad to perform at a campaign event and could face criminal charges, the Central Elections Committee's Judge Elyakim Rubinstein ruled on Friday.

Rubenstein will hand the case to Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein.

Hiring a singer to perform at election events is in violation of the Elections Law, the decision read.

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