New faction likely to be shortest-running ever

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 27, 2008 14:53

 
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Moments before President Shimon Peres was expected to announce early elections, the Knesset House Committee on Monday established what is expected to be the shortest-running faction in Israeli history when it approved the one-man 'Good Way' faction of former GIL MK Elhanan Glazer. The committee also approved the return of MKs Moshe Sharoni and Sarah Marom-Shalev to GIL. The two MKs had left GIL to set up the rebel Justice For Pensioner's Party. Meanwhile, concerned it would lose all its seats in an election, GIL was the only faction to urge Peres to delay the vote in meetings held with party representatives Monday morning.

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