Suspicions of fraud in Likud primaries - report

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 10, 2019 20:38
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Suspicion was raised of wide irregularities in the Likud primaries which took place last week, Keshet news reported. The suspicions came after unusual voting results concerning the fact that more votes than voters came from certain localities. For example, in Bnei Brak there are 334 eligible voters, but Miri Regev received 436 votes from there.

The Likud responded, "The Likud is proud of the primaries and the fact that it checks itself in a straightforward and strict way. Official results will be published in the coming days after all the necessary checks have been done."

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