Likud results come in; Netanyahu, Shalom top list

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January 13, 2006 00:00

 
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The results of the Likud primaries came in around midnight Thursday night. The top slot predictably went to party chairman Binyamin Netanyahu, who was followed by Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom. The next slots were chosen as follows: Moshe Kahlon, Gilad Erdan, Gideon Sa'ar, Michael Eitan, Reuven Rivlin, Dan Naveh, Yuval Steinitz. The rest of the slots were filled, in order, by Natan Sharanksy, Yisrael Katz, Haim Katz, Limor Livnat, Uzi Landau, Yuli Edelstein, Daniel Ben-Lulu, Leah Nass, Nomi Blumenthal, Ehud Yatom, Michael Ratzon. Sderot Mayor Eli Moyal came in 26th on the list.

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