Labor candidate warns Sagi against returning to Labor race

November 9, 2012 15:17


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A senior Labor Party activist announced Friday morning that she will work to prevent Uri Sagi from following through on his stated intention to re-enter the running for the party's next Knesset list. Sagi announced he was dropping out of the race over allegations of sexual harassment.

Head of the Labor membership division, and a primary candidate herself, Leah Fadida said that Sagi's return would constitute hit to the values and morals of the entire Labor party. "Sagi must know that his attempts to return will be strongly opposed from within and outside the Labor party," she wrote in a statement.

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