Gal-On calls on undecided voters to vote for Meretz

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March 17, 2015 11:27

 
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"Today we have an opportunity to bring about a revolution and to end six bad years of Right-wing governments and bring hope and sanity back to the state of Israel," head of Meretz Zehava Gal-On said after she voted in Petah Tikva on Tuesday.   

Gal-On addressed the undecided voters saying it was in their hands whether Israel would receive a Knesset without Meretz or if there would be a government of hope and justice that included Meretz. 

The Meretz leader said her party offered hope for democracy, equality, social justice and a "normal life free from fear, incitement, and violence." 

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