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Barak bashes Labor-Gesher merger as “niche party.”
Meretz expressed frustration with the decision, saying that "Amir Peretz is repeating Avi Gabbay's mistake."
"This is a long process that is personal and has been going on for an extended period of time," Yacimovich said.
The reality is that if a new government were to replace the current Likud-led coalition, the current security and foreign policies would remain in place.
By ISI LEIBLER
Its vibrant list of candidates represented diversity, change and a new page. Behind party leader Avi Gabbay, members chose Itzik Shmuli and Stav Shaffir to the top of the party’s list for elections.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The election, which was advanced by seven months, falls around the due-date for the son being delivered by a surrogate mother in Boston for Shmuli and his partner, Ron.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Gabbay undecided on adding star, vows to help nemesis.
Only one candidate had the ultimate secret weapon: A mother from Brooklyn.
By GIL HOFFMAN,HAGAY HACOHEN
Avi Gabbay vows to help nemesis enter Knesset.
Gabbay presented his wider political worldview a day after the Labor primary.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF,URI BOLLAG
Yair “Yaya” Fink won 12th place on the Labor list during Monday's elections, marking him as a powerful and well-liked presence on the list the party will present to voters ahead of April 9.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Young leaders and newcomers dominate the party list, offering a message of change and vigor, will that be enough in April elections?
By BEN BRESKY
The choice of Shmuly and Shaffir signaled a generational change in the ruling party and may have set them up as the main contestants in the next Labor leadership race.
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