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Labor Party chairman Avi Gabbay expected to go down from 24 to 9 seats in April 2019

The much-anticipated results of the Labor Party primaries are in after some 33,771 party members flocked to 84 polls across the country on Tuesday, according to a spokesperson for the party. But only a few at the top are expected to actually make it into the Knesset this time around.

Of 60,000 party members, the final turnout was about 56.4 percent.


The list of candidates for Knesset who will stand in the polls in the elections this coming April, is as follows:

1. Chairman of the Party, Avi Gabbay
2. Selection by party chairman
3. Itzik Shmuli
4. Stav Shafir
5. Shelly Yachimovich
6. Amir Peretz
7. Merav Macali
8. Amar Bar Lev
9. Revital Sweid
10. Selection by party chairman
11. Party Secretary-General, Eran Hermoni
12. Ya-Ya Fink
13. Michal Biran
14. Gavri Bargil
15. Eitan Cabel
16. Selection by party chairman
17. Salah Sa’ad
18. Ameli Moati
19. Leah Fadida
20. Henrika Zimmerman (northern district)
21 Nachman Shai
22. Lili Ben Ami
23. Gilad Kariv
24. Moshe Mizrachi
25. Michal Czernowitzki
26. Yossi Yonah
27. Israel Ziv
28. Shadi Kablan


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Hana Levi Julian is a Middle East news analyst with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. A past columnist with The Jewish Press and senior editor at Arutz 7, Ms. Julian has written for, and other media outlets, in addition to her years working in broadcast journalism.