Labor: Bibi is good for the rich, Shelly is good for you

December 9, 2012 18:52


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Labor revealed its election campaign centered around the slogan "Bibi is good for the rich – Shelly is good for you" on Sunday, continuing its focus on social issues, while former prime minister Ehud Olmert and Habayit Hayehudi slammed Labor leader Shelly Yacimovich's economic plan.

"This is the topic that brought us where we are today, brought [party leader Shelly Yacimovich] where she is today, and will bring us a higher number of seats [in the next Knesset]," MK Eitan Cabel said of the party's top issue.

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