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Jerusalem's elections are over.
The mayoral election’s behind-the-scenes drama intensifies.
In Jerusalem asked the five mayoral candidates to give us insight into their vision.
The race is on.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
‘Everything is in the merit of a small slip.’
By NATAN ROTHSTEIN
One key activity is bargaining over the most powerful committees – finance, and planning and construction – the trophies each candidate can offer for support.
By PEGGY CIDOR
This revolution [the election of Dr. Aliza Bloch] is proof positive that most people want a life out from under the thumb of extremists.
By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
These trends will all be tested. And time will tell how many of them will turn out to be tarnished.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Netanyahu’s candidate lost his votes to other right-wingers. Bibi’s setback in Jerusalem, then, reflects no ideological shift among the voters.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Huldai won with 46% of the vote and will enjoy 5 more years in City Hall.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Economic development of Jerusalem's haredi and Arab population was the priority of most candidates in the mayoral race.
By CASSANDRA GOMES-HOCHBERG,GIL HOFFMAN
The result constitutes a veritable revolution in the city whose population has become majority haredi in recent years.
By JEREMY SHARON,GIL HOFFMAN
Ron Huldai to see out quarter of a century in City Hall.
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