Tibi's Ta'al and Odeh's Hadash agreed to merge for upcoming elections

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 21, 2019 16:04
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MK Ahmad Tibi's Ta'al (Arab Movement for Change) and MK Ayman Odeh's Hadash party agreed to merge together on Thursday for the upcoming elections.

According to the agreement settled between the two parties, Odeh will stand at the head of the new list, while Tibi will be his second.Both Tibi and Odeh ran under the Joint List in the former elections, while negotiations to reassemble the Joint List is still under way.



Tibi and his party, Ta’al, never participated in the Israeli elections independently, but had collaborated with Hadash in the past.

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