Rosenblum next on Likud list to replace Hanegbi

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 7, 2005 15:42
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Tzahi Hanegbi's resignation Wednesday from the Likud party in favor of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's Kadima, cleared a spot for cosmetics queen Pnina Rosenblum. The successful businesswoman affirmed that she intended to join the Knesset as part of the Likud list, although she said it was likely that after her term was complete she would quit the Likud in favor of Kadima as well, Army Radio reported. If Rosenblum joins Kadima, she would finance the party's campaign with a grant totaling NIS 1 million and three minutes of TV advertising. "I could certainly could add some color to the Knesset," Rosenblum said recently in an interview with Army Radio.

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