Religious Zionist primary for the first time

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
January 12, 2012 20:26

 
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Habayit Hayehudi's membership drive committee decided Wednesday night to hold a primary for its chairman and Knesset slate for the next election.

The primary will mark the first time that Habayit Hayehudi and its fore-runner, the National Religious Party, elected its chairman and MKs in a primary.

The primary will be preceded by an extensive membership drive. Habayit Hayehudi leader Daniel Herschkowitz said the move would "return religious Zionism back to its rightful place in Israeli politics."

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