Lapid to chat online in English

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
January 12, 2015 19:47

 
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Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid will chat in English on his official Facebook page at 9pm Israel time, 2pm Eastern on Tuesday in an effort to win votes from Anglo Israelis in the March 17 election.

People will be encouraged to send him questions over Facebookץ The party will unveil an English website next week.

"Yesh Atid has been the address in the Knesset for English speakers from across Israel," said US-born MK Dov Lipman. "This chat will give English speaking voters the chance to ask Yair Lapid questions directly and get answers on all the issues that affect their lives."

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