The Moshe Feiglin campaign ordered its supporters and observers to physically prevent the counting of votes in the Likud primary elections at a number of locations late Tuesday night. Feiglin's chief of staff claimed that supporters and observers loyal to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu had forced them from the locations.
"The Likud has made a mockery of itself with anti-democratic behavior of the worst kind," a statement from Feiglin's campaign said.
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