Meretz set to vote on Knesset candidate slate in Tel Aviv

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November 11, 2012 01:15

 
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Meretz will decide on its Knesset list for the upcoming elections at a vote to at the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds on Sunday evening.

The party put out a statement on Saturday saying 1,000 central committee members were expected to vote on the top 10 spots. Meretz currently has three seats in the 120- seat parliament.

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