Former Likud deputy minister Michael Ratzon appealed the results of primaries in the Likud party, following irregularities at a ballot in Or Yehuda. Ratzon joins a long list of candidates who have appealed the results.
Ratzon claims that clips filmed during the primary in Or Yehuda — and exposed yesterday — show that he did not receive a single vote, even though the people who examined the ballots can be heard saying his name several times. “This should ring an alarm bell,” Ratzon said.
Judge Menahem Neeman, head of the interior Likud election committee, said the issue will be discussed in the coming days.