Mofaz wins with 61.7% in final Kadima vote

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March 28, 2012 02:23

 
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Shaul Mofaz is the new head of the Kadima party, having won 61.7 percent of the vote in the final count after Tuesday's primary.

Mofaz was expected to come to Kadima’s headquarters in Petah Tikva to deliver a victory speech. His associates said that in the speech, he would call for unity in the party and try to persuade Livni to remain in Kadima.

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