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Yesh Atid registers party slate for March elections

Yair Lapid’s Yesh Atid unveils its party slate for the March elections.

Yesh Atid is the first party to officially register its slate, which is shaping up in opinion polls to be the main challenger to Netanyahu’s leadership as the second-largest party.

“We have a strong team with clear principles and values,” says faction chairman Meir Cohen in a statement. “Anyone looking for stability knows that they can trust us and that we keep our word. It’s time for a sane and liberal government – only a strong Yesh Atid, the election of as many members of this list as possible, will make that happen.”

The candidates are:

1. Yair Lapid
2. Orna Barbivai
3. Meir Cohen
4. Karine Elharrar
5. Meirav Cohen
6. Yoel Razvozov
7. Elazar Stern
8. Mickey Levy
9. Merav Ben-Ari
10. Ram Ben Barak
11. Yoav Segalovitz
12. Boaz Toporovsky
13. Idan Roll
14. Yorai Lahav Hertzanu
15. Vladimir Beliak
16. Ron Katz
17. Nira Shpak
18. Tanya Mazarsky
19. Yasmin Sacks Friedman
20. Inbar Bezek
21. Moshe (Kinley) Tur Paz
22. Simon Davidson
23. Ronit Erenfroind
24. Zohar Bloom
25. Ifat Ben Shoshan
26. Ibrahem Kasem
27. Oz Haim
28. Tommer Vinner
29. Michal Slawny Cababia
30. Yaron Levi

According to a statement from the party: “The Yesh Atid list includes 50% women on the list including three in the top five. The list includes two Maj. Generals (Res.), two deputy police commissioners, a deputy head of the Mossad and three recipients of the annual prize from the Movement for Quality Government.

Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid arrives at the Blue and White party headquarters in Tel Aviv, on election night, March 3, 2020. (Miriam Alster/Flash90)

“From the top 30 candidates for Knesset ten weren’t born in Israel, eleven speak languages other than Hebrew and English including Arabic, Russia, French, Spanish and Hungarian, eleven have a background in local government, ten have law degrees, twelve have been professionally involved in sports and ten play either the guitar, piano, accordion or recorder.”

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