Report: Labor activists consider switching parties

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 13, 2019 08:01
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Labor activists are considering moving to other parties including Tzipi Livni's Hatnua and Hosen L' Israel (Israel Resilience), Benny Gantz's new political party, according to Israeli media.

"Quite a few activists are considering moving to Gantz or Livni's party, including many key activists, conference members and branch secretaries," Oren Pasternak, a young member of Labor Party, said. "To the best of my knowledge, there are also 2-3 MKs from the Labor Party who are in negotiations with Gantz or Livni."

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