High Court: Labor Party must hold primaries in 10 days

The High Court of Justice rules that the Labor party must hold internal party primaries in 10 days, in a win for party member Merav Michaeli.

The justices say the vote will be held on January 24, according to reports.

The center-left party’s current leader, Amir Peretz, has announced he won’t run for the Knesset in the upcoming election and will step aside as head of Labor.