Police confirm complaint over Labor party's primaries

May 20, 2013 18:42


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Following reports in the media on Monday, Police confirmed that on April 3, a complaint was issued at the Rosh Ha'ayin police station alleging improprieties in the Labor party's management of their primaries.

Police said that the complaint was handed over the investigative branch, but at the moment it is being treated simply as a police examination, not as a formal investigation.

A police source added that the person who issued the complaint was a Labor party activist who "appears to be someone with some sort of interest"

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