Feiglin: 800 of my votes disappeared in Likud primary

February 7, 2012 19:57


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Likud activist Moshe Feiglin's campaign for the Likud leadership appealed the results of last Tuesday's primary race against Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Tuesday after the Likud published official results.

The results published were the same as last week: 48,490 votes (76.79 percent) for Netanyahu and 14,660 (23.21%) for Feiglin.

A Feiglin associate said he had proof that some 800 votes for Feiglin had not been counted by the Likud.

The appeal will be heard by the head of the Likud's election committee, retired judge Yehoshua Gross.

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