Two hours following the opening of the Likud leadership primaries on Tuesday, it was not possible to vote at most of the polling places in Judea and Samaria. Activists reported from a number of communities that the precincts were not open or that voter lists were not available.
Moshe Feiglin, who is challenging Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for leadership of the party, was expected to do well in the region. Feiglin's headquarters responded by saying, "As always, part of the mess is deliberate and part of it is from lack of organization. We remain determined and call on the voters not to be broken up. The determined side will win."