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  Shvat 9, 5772 , 02/02/12

Michael Puah: Feiglin Doubled His Strength

Michael Puah of the Moshe Feiglin election headquarters told Arutz Sheva, Thursday, that the Feiglin campaign will demand the protocols of Tuesday's Likud primaries, claiming a great difference between the results reported to them by poll monitors and those published by the party. Allowing for human error, he said that the party secretariat has refuse to let them see the results.

Based on the information at his disposal, Puah said that Feiglin received 14,660 votes, as compared to 8,770 in the previous primary. He added that with only 3,000 people voting beyond the 1949 armistice line, those numbers belie the claim that Feiglin is the candidate only of residents of Judea and Samaria. 

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