Likud MK Regev: V15 bringing Israeli Arab voters to polls with aim to overthrow right-wing gov't

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March 17, 2015 16:26

 
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Likud MK Miri Regev called on all of Israel's citizens to go to the polls on Tuesday and vote in favor of her party, lead by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in order to prevent the possibility of Zionist Union leader Isaac Herzog from assuming the premiership.

As Regev cast her vote, she noted that constituents from the Israeli Arab sector were arriving to polling stations and increasing the voter turnout. She said that buses provided by the V15 group that seeks a new government were transporting Israeli Arabs with the goal of overthrowing the current right-wing government.

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