Ofer Berkovitch: "Our legal team will examine irregularities at the polls"

November 14, 2018 02:05
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Ofer Berkovitz spoke at the election headquarters: "We heard the results, there are also the voices of the soldiers who are not heard, there are also quite a few irregularities we heard about at the polls and our legal team is examining the results in depth, there are quite a number of polling stations that we will examine thoroughly. I have the opportunity to release you tonight with hope, the legal team will work tonight and in the morning, the force in front of us has worked vigilantly and therefore things will be checked to the end, not giving up the chance of victory."

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