Labor MK Avishay Braverman announces he won't run in March elections

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
December 15, 2014 11:59

 
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Labor MK Avishay Braverman announced on Monday that he will not be running in the March 17 election.

Braverman informed Labor Party chief Isaac Herzog of his decision. He said that he would continue to support the Labor Party.

"Herzog is the candidate that could bring the change Israel needs," Braverman said.

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