Yacimovich turns to women in last days of campaign

January 20, 2013 08:51


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Labor party leader Shelly Yacimovich on Sunday will hold a rally in Tel Aviv to encourage women to vote for Labor.

The rally aims to target the roughly 20% of undecided women voters, Labor said, and to present the party's plan to promote gender equality.

The rally will be held at 4 p.m., at Habimah Square in Tel Aviv. Yacimovich, along with prominent female Knesset candidates Merav Michaeli and social-protest activist Stav Shaffir are expected to attend.

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