Gabbay admits Labor in crisis, says primaries will produce experienced team

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 11, 2019 07:29
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Labor primaries will produce the best list to deal with the current crisis and know the Knesset best, Labor leader Avi Gabbay told KAN news in an interview Monday morning. 

"There is no doubt we are in a situation that is not simple, but crises build us up," Gabbay said. "At the end of the day we will have the best and most experienced team that knows the Knesset best and can best fight for the people of Israel."

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