By JPOST.COM STAFF
The Likud announced the official results of the party primary early Tuesday morning in Tel Aviv.
After Likud chair Binyamin Netanyahu, Likud faction chair Gideon Sa'ar won the top spot on the party's Knesset list, followed by MK Gilad Erdan in third place, MK Reuven Rivlin in fourth place, and former science minister Bennie Begin in fifth place.
The list continued with Moshe Kahlon, then MK Silvan Shalom, then former IDF chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Moshe Ya'alon in eighth place.
MK Yuval Steinitz won ninth place on the Knesset list, Limor Livnat 13th place, Dan Meridor 17th, party activist Moshe Feiglin 20th place, and Uzi Dayan was the last name announced, in 42nd place.
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