Gesher list features socioeconomic activists

February 20, 2019 18:06
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MK Orly Levy-Abecassis, whose Gesher Party will most likely run alone in the April 9 election, revealed her candidates on Wednesday.

The list includes former Pensioners Affairs Minister director-general Gilad Semama, former World Intel vice president Dedi Permutter, former diplomat Dan Shaham, educator Hagai Lavie, former Construction Ministry director-general Hegai Reznik, and Professor Yifat Biton.But the order of the list has not been set and the list has not yet been submitted to the Central Elections Committee.

"I promised that Gesher would present an impressive list, with a variety of quality candidates who are real public servants," Levy-Abecassis said. "They are people who would wake up every morning to fix the system and change priorities for your benefit."

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