Yacimovich alleges misconduct at Haifa poling station

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September 21, 2011 12:30

 
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MK Shelly Yacimovich filed a complaint with the Labor Party Wednesday, alleging that rival Labor Party leadership candidate Amir Peretz's Arab Sector coordinator acted inappropriately at a Haifa polling station.

According to a Yacimovich statement, Peretz representative Omer Anbi set up a table inside the Haifa polling station and distributed voting slips with Peretz's name on them and pamphlets, and recorded the names of those entering to cast their ballots.

Following the complaint, the Yacimovich statement said, Anbi left the location.

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