Voting problems lead to long delays at Likud polling places

November 25, 2012 13:41

Problems with electronic voting machines led to a severe delays at Likud party primary polling stations throughout the country on Sunday.

At Jerusalem's International Convention Center, some 200 people were standing in line to cast their votes shortly before 2 p.m., although the machines had apparently been fixed at the time of this report.

Party members at the convention center said they had been waiting for hours but were later being let inside two at a time.

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