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Voting at embassies abroad to begin tomorrow

Anat Amichai, the wife of the head of security at Israel's embassy in Wellington, New Zealand, casting the first vote in the elections for the 21th Knesset, in early polling allowed for diplomats and their families, March 28, 2019. (Israel Foreign Ministry)
Anat Amichai, the wife of the head of security at Israel's embassy in Wellington, New Zealand, casting the first vote in the elections for the 21th Knesset, in early polling allowed for diplomats and their families, March 28, 2019. (Israel Foreign Ministry)

Voting for Israel diplomats and staff at 24 of the country’s embassies abroad will begin tomorrow, the Central Elections Committee announces.

In the coming weeks, 104 ballot stations will be opened at 100 embassies and missions abroad, including Morocco, the UAE and Bahrain.

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