(Worthy News) - Labor Party leaders lamented the faction’s apparently poor showing in Tuesday’s national elections, with exit polls predicting it would fall to historic lows.
The party, which led Israel for its first 30 years, was given between six and eight seats in three exit polls.
Party head Avi Gabbay called the exit poll results “a huge disappointment” and “a real blow to our electoral power,” but did not address calls for him to step down. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More...) ]
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