Labor leadership primary may again be delayed

The Labor Party leadership primary may have to be delayed for a second time due to a decision by the party’s internal courts early Wednesday morning,

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
October 12, 2005 11:33

 
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The Labor Party leadership primary may have to be delayed for a second time due to a decision by the party’s internal courts early Wednesday morning, Labor sec.-gen. Eitan Cabel said on Wednesday. Leadership candidate Binyamin Ben Eliezer persuaded the court to permit thousands of labor members whose registration forms were disqualified to appeal their disqualification. The court decided to allow the disqualified members to appeal until Oct. 28, two weeks before the Nov. 9 election.

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