Ben-Eliezer to skip Labor meeting; mad at Peretz

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January 19, 2006 10:03
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MK Binyamin Ben-Eliezer announced that he would boycott the Labor Party meeting scheduled for Thursday morning. His associates were angry at Labor Chairman Amir Peretz, claiming he was trying to weaken Ben-Eliezer in order to pave the way for Ehud Barak to rejoin the top of the party. Peretz's people thought, as of Thursday morning, that Barak would not take a place on Labor's Knesset list, but instead would make an effort to meet and find a way the two men could work together in the upcoming elections.

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