Ehud Barak asks to join Tafnit

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
January 31, 2006 14:15

 
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Tafnit Leader Uzi Dayan was considering several requests on Tuesday, including that of former prime minister Ehud Barak, to join his list. A party spokesperson said, "People with no previous misdemeanors and those who have never abused the right to remain silent, are all welcome to join Tafnit." He stressed though, that his statement should not be interpreted to mean that it is a place to look for job handouts. Tafnit is due to complete its list at the end of the week.

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