The court unanimously decided to reverse the Central Election Committee's decision forbidding MK Zoabi (Balad) from running. In response, a Likud spokesperson vowed that the PM's party would work to amend the law in order to ensure such disqualifications before the next elections. The Israeli Supreme Court decided this morning (Sunday) to reverse the Central Election Committee's decision to prevent MK Haneen Zoabi (Balad) from participating in the coming Knesset elections, due to take place on January 22. The decision was unanimous, with all nine judges – including Supreme Court Chief Justice Asher Gronis – ruling to allow Zoabi to run. MK Zoabi, the only…Read More... | 8 Comments
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