Conference to fix Likud's gender gap appeals mostly to primary candidates
Gathering features lots of hurt feelings, little empowerment.
The conference on women's empowerment in the Likud, held Tuesday in the elegant lobby of the Jabotinsky Institute, drew an audience of 22, 18 of whom were women. Half of them are candidates in Likud's primaries. Other than Deputy Minister Gila Gamliel and MK Tzipi Hotovely, the candidates were not well known. "I see only the candidates came. There's no audience," someone said.