Michael Fuah, the director-general of Moshe Feiglin’s Jewish Leadership faction in Likud, claimed that there are serious discrepancies in the Likud Primary’s published results.
“There is a serious problem in the results,” he said. “There are places where Moshe won by much more than what they said he did. This election is a matter of scoring points and it makes a big difference if the numbers are. Something improper was done here.’
Fuah cited results in Beit Shemesh, where official Likud results had Feiglin beating Netanyahu 126 to 77, while the Feiglin camp insists he beat Netanyahu 274 to 60. Feiglin’s camp also questioned the results from polling stations in Ma’ale Adumim and Tel Aviv.
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