Yachimovich feels sorry for Eitan Cabel, congratulates Yaya Fink

February 11, 2019 23:22
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Opposition Leader Shelly Yachimovich said that "Labor list is a testimony to the triumph of the free will of the voters" on Monday when results of the Labor elections were announced.

"I congratulate Itzik Shmuli and Stav Shaffir, young, brilliant, wise [politicians] who are worthy of each vote they won," she said, "special congratulations are in order for Yaya Fink...who brings to the Knesset pluralistic and tolerant Jewish values" she said. She expressed her sorrow over Eitan Cabel, who is now at 15th place, and expressed her wish that the party will win enough votes in Knesset he could serve as MK after the April elections.          

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