The focus of MK Yosef Paritzky's campaign for the upcoming Knesset elections will be against his former party, Shinui.
Paritzky will use the NIS 600,000 he will receive for election financing to give the public his version of the events that led to his eviction from the party and the government.
Paritzky hired a senior pollster and a well-known advertising agency in preparation for the elections. The campaign money will finance broadcasts and bumper stickers mocking Shinui leaders.
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