Yacimovich, Peretz expected to meet, settle differences

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
September 25, 2011 21:03

 
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Newly elected Labor chairman Shelly Yacimovich will meet with her former political patron and current arch rival, MK Amir Peretz, on Monday in an effort to mend fences.

Yacimovich and Peretz, who were once close, sparred frequently throughout the eight-month campaign. But they will need to work together now in order to prevent a second split in Labor, which already lost five MKs when Defense Minister Ehud Barak and four of his allies left in January.

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