Lapid: Yesh Atid is a political force that is here to stay

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March 18, 2015 00:25

 
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Yesh Atid is a political force that cannot be ignored in Israeli politics, party chairman Yair Lapid told supporters in Tel Aviv early Wednesday.

Lapid hailed the election result which places Yesh Atid as "the largest centrist party with double-digit number of Knesset seats."

The former finance minister triumphantly said that "we are here to stay."

Lapid said that his party would continue to combat "corruption and political extortion" while promoting "a friendly, embracing version of Judaism."

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