What have they done for us lately?

A look at city councillors’ election preparations

June 20, 2013 13:41
3 minute read.
Meir Turgeman (L) and Nir Barkat.

nir barkat and meir turgeman_521. (photo credit: Marc Israel Sellem, Sarah Levin)


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The sands in the hourglass of the upcoming municipal elections are running low. There are four months left until D day, and new alliances are being formed ad hoc, some of them on the ashes of former ones. Anything goes when it comes to reaching the finish line in the best condition possible.

This is the time to take a look at what the 30 city council members (not counting Mayor Nir Barkat) have done for their constituencies.


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