Israel's 'Arab parties' seek to combat indifference and low voter turnout
'During this election, a high voter turnout within the Arab community could be decisive in terms of the bigger picture,' says Hadash party chairperson, MK Mohammed Barakeh.
Israel's Arab parties are very concerned over what they are calling indifference, or systematic frustration, that seems to keep the country's Arab voters away from the polls on Election Day. The three parties which rely on Arab voters, The United Arab list-Ta'al, Hadash, and Balad, will use the next two days, and Election Day itself, to try and incite their base voters to go out and vote. These parties will...
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