Labor MK Danny Yatom said he would remain in the Labor Party leadership race, despite a
meeting on Sunday night with his former mentor and current competitor, former prime
minister Ehud Barak.
Yatom told The Jerusalem Post after the meeting that Barak "would not agree to chair my campaign."
Barak also met other MKs and Labor activists on Sunday, including a meeting at Tel Aviv's Dubnov Caf with MK Orit Noked. Asked by Channel 1 at
the meeting whether it was final that he was running , Barak said, "when I have what to
say I will say it."
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