Likudniks send a message to Netanyahu and (mostly) reject populism

They rejected gimmicks and went for candidates with proven records – even if those are candidates that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu doesn’t like.

The Likud had an impressive showing in its primary this week, showing a clear preference for experienced candidates with proven records, who can lead a strong campaign and help win back voters that may have considered looking elsewhere.

The results of the Likud primaries send a few clear messages as to how the nearly 70,000 voters in the party see its future. They rejected gimmicks and went for candidates with proven records – even if those are candidates that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu doesn’t like. Continue reading

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