UTJ leader Ya'acov Litzman votes in Jerusalem

According to recent polls, UTJ is expected to get between five and six seats in the 21st Knesset.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
April 9, 2019 11:44
Yaakov Litzman voting

Yaakov Litzman voting. (photo credit: SHLOMI COHEN)

United Torah Judaism head Ya'acov Litzman has voted in Jerusalem. While standing at the ballot box on Ezrat Torah Street, he pointed at it, saying that "there is no room for complacency."

"We voted today for the Jewish character of the state, for the world of Torah and to increase the power of ultra-Orthodox Judaism that can guard against those who are trying to harm the ultra-Orthodox public and our right," he said.

According to recent polls, UTJ is expected to get between five and seven seats in the 21st Knesset.


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