Eitan Broshi leaves Labor party: 'We've lost our connection to the public'
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
MK Eitan Broshi discussed his departure from the Labor party, saying that Labor has "lost its connection" with the Israeli public," in an interview on Army Radio Thursday.Broshi also insisted that "there is no connection between the accusations against me and my decision to leave."Broshi has been accused of sexual harassment in the past."It's still to early to say who I will vote for in the upcoming elections," he added.
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