Israeli newscaster joins race for Labor party in Israeli elections

Moatti is also a political commentator, writer, publicist and social activist.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 16, 2019 16:14
Emilie Moatti, an Israeli television presenter, just announced her candidacy for the Labor party pri

Emilie Moatti, an Israeli television presenter, just announced her candidacy for the Labor party primaries. . (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Emilie Moatti, an Israeli television presenter, just announced her candidacy for the Labor party primaries. The primaries are scheduled for February 11.

"I am proud and excited to be a candidate for the Knesset on behalf of the Labor Party," said Moati, "Our party is strong and kicking, and it has already been proven that the polls are wrong about it, and I call upon the members of the camp to stand behind the chairman of the party, Avi Gabbay.

Moatti is also a  political commentator, writer, publicist and social activist.

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