Shinui campaign to focus on fighting corruption

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
November 26, 2005 21:57

Shinui started its campaign for the 2006 election on Saturday night. After focusing on religion and state in the 1999 campaign and middle-class economics in 2003, the hub of the party's 2006 campaign will be on the battle against corruption. Shinui-sponsored banners will go up on buses on Sunday bearing the slogans "Shinui: The rule of law." Shinui officials said the issue was chosen because polls have shown that the public sees party leaders Yosef Lapid and Avraham Poraz as among Israel's least corrupt politicians.



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