Hotovely beats Dichter for spot 20 on Likud list

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
January 28, 2015 14:03

 
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A recount of the vote of the December 31 Likud primaries that was completed Wednesday by order of the Supreme Court found that Deputy Transportation Minister Tzipi Hotovely beat former public security minister Avi Dichter by 101 votes.

Hotovely will be placed 20th on the Likud list and Dichter will be placed 26th.

The party has never received more than 25 seats in the polls since the election began.

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