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Some twenty influential, English speaking Likud central committee members met on Wednesday with a group of Likud representatives looking for central committee positions.
Deputy Minister Ayoob Kara, Immigration, Absorption and Diaspora Affairs Committee Chairman Danny Danon, Women’s Right’s Committee Chairwoman Tzipi Hotoveli, former Finance Committee Chairman Ofir Akunis and Minister Michael Eitan, all gave their pitches as to why they are best fit to receive a central committee leadership position.
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