Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu intends to take new steps to harm his challenger in the January 31 Likud leadership race Moshe Feiglin, Netanyahu said in a speech to his supporters at the Likud's Tel Aviv headquarters.
Netanyahu told the crowd that he had received many complaints about people who are Likud members but do not vote for the party."This is problematic situation and we are looking for ways solve it," Netanyahu said.
Feiglin responded that since he joined the party 12 years ago, he called upon his supporters to vote for Likud in elections and in the last one 31,000 residents of Judea and Samaria did, more than for any other party.
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