(Worthy News) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party is to begin discussions on holding a party leadership primary that is expected to see the first real challenge to the premier’s leadership in 14 years.
Likud’s Central Committee is to meet Sunday to begin the process of planning and scheduling party primaries, officials said.
At the Sunday gathering, the committee’s roughly 3,000 members are expected to vote to not hold a full primary race for the entire Knesset slate. The committee will meet again sometime after December 11 to decide on a date for a primary race for the party leadership, officials said. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More...) ]
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