PM woos young supporters, urges voters to strengthen Likud

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January 6, 2013 22:30

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu waved to young supporters from behind the DJ's station in a Tel Aviv nightclub Sunday evening, calling for the public to strengthen Likud Beytenu so he can succeed in a third term after the January 22 election.

"Over 1,000 young people [in the club] understand we need a strong Likud. Any other vote may bring in a left-wing government," the prime minister said, calling for young voters to convince their friends to vote Likud, while flanked by his sons and several MKs.

Before entering the club, Netanyahu joked with reporters: "It's not every day that I get to wear jeans and hang out at the Tel Aviv port."

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