Yacimovich touts female presence at helm of Labor-Hatnua ticket

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January 14, 2015 10:20

 
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Labor Party MK Shelly Yacimovich said on Wednesday she was happy that there are three women in Labor's top five.

"Now we have a joint goal to capture the country's leadership in March and bring about the end of Netanyahu's tenure, which is critical for Israel's future," she said hours after the party officially announced the results of the primary.

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