Shas announces its candidates for the national elections

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
December 28, 2008 14:28

 
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Shas announced its candidates for the national elections on Sunday, keeping its current top five MKs as the leading candidates for the next Knesset. Leading the list were MKs Eli Yishai, Ariel Attias, Yitzhak Cohen, Amnon Cohen and Meshulam Nahari. Of note on the new slate were number 14 - disabled IDF veteran Avi Bitton - and number 15 - Deputy Sderot Mayor Oren Malka.

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