Einat Kalisch Rotem.
(photo credit: Courtesy)
Enough time and space have passed since the municipal elections to evaluate their results calmly. And it’s good news!
These elections showed a consistent trend to throw out the old, bring in the new. There was a spontaneous explosion of voters who, above all, want good government: an enlightened electorate that votes on issues and not by solid blocs of robots controlled by politicized rabbis and rabid politicians.
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