Israel’s Labor Party Votes For Next Leader, Opposition Chief

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Israel’s Labor Party is voting for its next chairman, who will become the country’s opposition leader to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Polls opened Tuesday for the party’s 52,000 members. Current opposition chief Isaac Herzog is running for re-election against six challengers. Results are expected late Tuesday.

If none of the candidates gets 40 percent of the vote in the first round, the top two finishers will face off on July 10. Read more at ABC NEWS.

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  1. They must Institute term limits in Israel. They have the same elitist families over and over again. They stay till their dying day.

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