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Gabbay’s plan is called “Paths to Separation,” he said that it is intended to reverse the direction Israel has been heading in under right-wing governments.
Liberman: Hypocrites think Hamas protests are like Woodstock and we should give them flowers.
Avi Gabbay vows to help nemesis enter Knesset.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Gabbay presented his wider political worldview a day after the Labor primary.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF,URI BOLLAG
The sun came out, and so did Labor’s members. There were long lines in polling stations across the country, forcing an additional half hour of voting.
“Today we are electing the best team for the next Knesset and the next government of Israel,” party Chairman Avi Gabbay said.
"This is a holiday, a celebration of democracy in the Labor Party," Gabbay said. "Today we are electing the best team for the next Knesset and the next government of Israel."
The 44 candidates running will be competing over very few realistic slots. Party leader Avi Gabbay will be first on the list.
The country must "ensure that our children succeed here and not flee to Berlin," said Shaffir.
By TAMAR BEERI
“I woke up to reports that Gabbay had decided to lower the diplomatic banner, because what Tzipi Livni talks about is not interesting.”
Netanyahu is using the elections to avoid being indicted, claimed opposition chairwoman MK Shelly Yachimovich.
By ALON EINHORN
Labor leader shifts goal to blocking Netanyahu victory.
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