Orly Levy-Abekasis

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Orly Levy-Abecassis at The Jerusalem Post elections conference, April 3rd, 2019

Levy-Abekasis appointed to Communal Strengthening, Development Minister

Levy-Abekasis will also serve as a member of the newly-formed government's Socio-Economic Committee as well as the Reconciliation Committee.

Blue and White may offer Orly Levy top position should Labor join Meretz

Kan 11 reported that Gantz's party is considering offering the Gesher leader to join their ranks. In exchange, Labor and Meretz will unite, building up the Left bloc.


Fake Facebook, Twitter accounts ‘announce’ Gesher is dropping out

“Gesher is getting stronger, so they’re spreading lies against us,” Gesher’s Facebook page said in a post responding to the incidents. “Our answer in the ballot box will be overwhelming.”


Levy-Abekasis: 'Read my lips: I’m not quitting'

The public is "fed up" of repetitive arguments, while "5,000 people die every year in hospitals from infections and that interests no one,” Levy-Abekasis said.

Gesher chair Orly Levy-Abekasis during a speech launching her party's campaign

Right or Left? Levy-Abekasis: 'I'm in the place that the people need me'

“I don’t have extra affection for Gantz or Bibi,” Levy-Abekasis responded. “The content is what defines things, not the persona. Social issues don’t interest either one of them.”

Orly Levy Abecassis (L) and Benny Gantz (R)

Levy-Abekasis speaks on failed merger with Gantz's former party

"I won't compromise on the issues Gesher was founded to address," said Gesher party Chairwoman Orly Levy-Abekasis.

General (Ret.) Gabi Ashkenazi, former IDF Chief of General Staff and Chairman Of The Board of the Ra

Gabi Ashkenazi still undecided on entering politics

Gesher starts campaign by attacking Gantz.

Orly Levy Abecassis (L) and Benny Gantz (R)

Gesher begins campaign by attacking Gantz

The ad mocked Gantz's ads by using their same army green color but depicting statistics about poor kids and closed businesses.

Orly Levy Abecassis (L) and Benny Gantz (R)

Analysis: Why centrist parties can keep things vague and still get votes

Centrist leaders tend to wow the public, but their platitude parties don't get the votes

Orly Levy-Abecasis

Levy-Abecasis, New Right squabble over Glick's journalism career

Glick recently joined Education Minister Naftali Bennett and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked's new right-wing party after they broke off from Bayit Yehudi.

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