Polls open in leadership runoff race for Israel's Labor party

July 10, 2017 11:09
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Ballot boxes opened to the 52,505 members of Labor on Monday at 11 a.m to vote in the party's runoff leadership race..

Voters can cast their ballots at any of 80 polling stations across the country between until 9 p.m. Because the vote is computerized, results are expected before 10 p.m.

The lengthy Labor leadership race will conclude Monday night, when either MK Amir Peretz or former environmental protection minister Avi Gabbay will deliver a victory speech at the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds.

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