Kadima primary: Complaint filed against Mofaz camp SMS

March 27, 2012 11:14


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Head of Kadima's Central Elections Committee Judge Edna Beckenstein Tuesday morning recommended filing a police complaint against MK Shaul Mofaz's camp over a mass SMS text message that appeared to be intended to deceive voters, a Kadima statement said. Primary elections for Kadima opened Tuesday morning.

"On its face this is an act that is meant to deceitfully alter the elections," Beckenstein said, calling on police to immediately open an investigation.

The message, sent Tuesday morning by the Mofaz camp to Livni supporters said, "Reminder: On Wednesday March 28, we arrive at the polls, vote and win with Tzipi Livni."

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