Freshman MK takes on powerful minister Haim Katz, in an attempt not to be bumped down from 22nd to an unrealistic 40th place.
Vote count discrepancies raise suspicions and power struggle between MKs could go all the way to Supreme Court as the Likud list remains far from finalized.
In an unfolding era of one-man parties, Likud’s 70,000 primary voters offered a much needed display of democratic will.
The Labor primary next week will find a once-powerful body struggling to survive.
The Likud is expected to win 30 seats in the upcoming elections, according to latest polls.
Glick was happy that certain currently serving MKs, likely referring to firebrand Oren Hazan, did not make it to realistic reelectable spots.
Netanyahu’s rival, former Likud minister Gideon Sa’ar, came in third place, despite the premier’s best efforts to convince party members not to vote for him.
Sa’ar: "We must all work together so the Likud led by Benjamin Netanyahu will form the next government."
‘Rivlin waiting until after election to deny my father the mission of forming gov’t and to give it to his good friend Gideon Sa’ar,’ says Yair Netanyahu.