After Series of Missteps, Likud Primaries Enter Second Day

Party ministers press Likud officials to prevent reopening of polling stations in settlements, so as to prevent voting for extreme right-wing candidates; three voting stations open in West Bank, regardless.

The second day of voting in the Likud primary election opened Monday after a series of computer malfunctions on the previous day prevented orderly voting in numerous locations.
By order of the party’s elections committee, 36 polling places all over the country were reopened at 11 A.M. to allow party members who couldn’t vote on Sunday to cast their ballots. They will remain open until 9...