Former Israeli PM Ehud Barak Running To Replace Gabbay As Labor Leader

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Former Prime Minister Ehud Barak is running for the Labor party leadership, Army Radio reported on Tuesday.

The Labor party’s leadership primary will take place on July 2, after its current chairman, Avi Gabbay, led the party to its worst ever election on April 9, gaining a mere six seats.

Barak led the party to victory in 1999 when he was elected Prime Minister, beating then Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Gabbay is supporting Barak’s candidacy for leadership, according to a report by Israel Hayom.

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{Matzav.com}

4 COMMENTS

  1. Isn’t Israel’s Labor party in d’rerd? They might as well have Stubbs, the cat, the “mayor” of Alaska lead it. Oh, I just remembered, she died too several years ago. Israel has enough cats to chose from for this defunct party.

  2. If Ehud Barack indeed joins the labor party he make them go up at least another ten seats not that I believe in his leftist ideology but he’s a very powerful politician probably the biggest threat to Bibi

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