Labor paves way for stars on 19th Knesset list

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October 30, 2012 22:30

 
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The Labor Central Committee approved all of party leader Shelly Yacimovich’s changes to the list for the 19th Knesset on Tuesday night, after a noisy battle with activists, paving the way for her preferred candidates to make it into the Knesset.

“I am running for prime minister, and yes we can replace the government,” Yacimovich said.

Yacimovich presented the reforms she sought to make, including changing the list’s format from having saved spots, to one of ensured representation.

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