Gantz adds two former senior Netanyahu aides to his Knesset list

New Israeli Resistance additions are newspaper columnist Yoaz Hendel and longtime Likud activist and pundit Zvi Hauser.

Arutz Sheva Staff,

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The Israel Resilience party, led by Benny Gantz, and Telem Party headed by Moshe (Bogie) Ya’alon, who have joined forces in the upcoming election, revealed seven new candidates on Thursday who will hold key positions in the joint list.

The candidates are Orit Farkash-Hacohen: Former Chairman of the Electricity Authority and senior attorney in the business sector. Chili Tropper: Educator, “Branco Weiss” high-school principle and expert advisor for the former Minister of Education.

Yoaz Hendel: Chairman of The Institute for Zionist Strategies and publicist. Michael Biton: Former Director of the Yeruham council and co-founder of the Negev Council. Miki Haimovich: Acclaimed media personality, and a social and environmental activist. Meirav Cohen: Leader of the fight for compensation for the elderly community (“Oshek Hakshishim protest”), formerly a member in the Jerusalem city council and founder of the “Hitorerut B'yerushalayim” movement. Zvi Hauser: Attorney at Law and Israel's 17th Cabinet Secretary.

Gantz and Ya’alon said in a joint statement that “Netanyahu’s ten-year reign will end when met with the best team in Israel.”