Isaac Herzog elected Israel’s 11th president, with 87 votes of Knesset’s 120

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(Worthy News) – Isaac Herzog, the chairman of the Jewish Agency and former head of the Labor party, was elected Wednesday as ’s eleventh president.

Herzog defeated Miriam Peretz, a social activist who overcame the loss of two of her sons in battle to become an Israel Prize-winning educator, with 87 votes, the most a presidential candidate has ever won, to her 26.

In the secret election, in which all 120 MKs were eligible to cast votes, three abstained, three votes were disqualified and one lawmaker, Ra’am chair Mansour Abbas, did not vote. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]

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