Israel Resilience and Ahi Yisraeli inch closer to joint run agreement

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 15, 2019 13:39
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The Israel Resilience party, led by former IDF chief Benny Gantz, is reportedly courting the Ahi Yisraeli party to join it for a joint run in the April 9 election.

Ahi Yisraeli was founded by Adina Bar-Shalom, the daughter of late Rabbi Ovadia Yosef. The two heads of party met yesterday and expanded teams from the parties will meet today to continue the negotiations.

Bar Shalom would reportedly be placed in a top ten spot on the Israel Resilience list.

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