Kahlon: I will endorse whichever candidate promotes socioeconomic agenda

March 18, 2015 00:00

Moshe Kahlon, the head of the Kulanu Party, was noncommittal late Tuesday when asked which candidate he would endorse for the premiership.

"I said this throughout the campaign – I will endorse the candidate who is committed to healing the country's socioeconomic woes, bringing down housing prices, and lowering the cost of living," Kahlon told Channel 2.

Exit polls show Kahlon's party winning between nine and 10 seats in the parliament, putting him in an advantageous negotiating position with the heads of the two largest parties – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Likud) and Isaac Herzog (Zionist Union).

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