Herzog: Labor party should rehabilitate itself from within

November 3, 2010 22:30


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Welfare and Social Service Minister Isaac Herzog Wednesday evening responded to Industry, Trade, and Labor Minister Binyamin Ben- Eliezer's call for an outsider candidate to run for the leadership of the Labor Party.

"It's great that Fuad [Ben-Eliezer] understands the need to save the party  and rehabilitate it," said Herzog. "I encourage him to join the effort to move forward the date for internal party elections, though there is no need to find an outside savior. There are capable forces within the party that can save and rehabilitate her."

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