Labor: Barak, Braverman to set date for party convention

January 14, 2011 15:06


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President of the Labor Party court attorney Amnon Zihroni will invite Labor chairman Ehud Barak and Minority Affairs Minister Avishay Braverman next week to decide on a date for the party conference.

Braverman is expected to appeal Sunday to the Labor Party court, demanding that its governing council be convened within 30 days.

Braverman, who has been one of Barak’s most vocal opponents in recent months, submitted a petition with over 500 signatures in December, calling on the party to hold a debate on the peace process.

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