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  Kislev 12, 5773 , 26/11/12

Slowly but Surely on Second Day of Likud Primaries

With none of the computer malfunctions that prevented some people from voting, Sunday, the first two hours of balloting in Monday's second day of the Likud Knesset primary went as scheduled.

Shortly before 1:00 p.m., slightly more than 3,600 people had voted, bringing the total to 64,617 or 52.2 percent of the eligible party members. The polls are scheduled to close at 9:00 p.m.

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