Kadima announces party list for 2013 elections

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
December 5, 2012 16:31

 
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Kadima announced the Knesset list chosen by the party's selection committee.

The order will be:

1. Shaul Mofaz
2. Yisrael Hasson
3 Yohanan Plesner
4. Ze'ev Bielsky
5. Ronit Tirosh
6. Shai Hermesh
7. Yuval Zelner
8. Doron Avital
9. Marina Solodkin
10. Eti Livni

Mofaz called the list "experienced, responsible, high-quality and diverse."

"Today it is clear who Kadima is and who they represent. I believe in Kadima and I'm sure it's task will succeed," the party chair said.

After the list was announced, Solodkin said she was refusing to take the ninth slot, telling Mofaz that her slot is unacceptable and that she is not sure what she will do.

She blamed her low slot on Olmert, with whom she has feuded for years, calling it "a dirty trick of Olmert."

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