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In the third in a series of Haaretz virtual meetings with senior politicians in the run up to the January 22 election, United Torah Judaism Chairman Moshe Gafni will be answering questions this coming Tuesday at 3:30 A.M. EST (10:30 A.M. Israel time). You are welcome to start sending in your questions.

The ultra-orthodox United Torah Judaism, of which Gafni is a member, is a religious bloc made up the political parties Agudat Yisrael and Degel Hatorah. Readers will have the opportunity to ask Gafni questions about foreign policy and security, his party's standing in the polls, its election campaign, and more. He will be answering all questions in real time.

Readers can submit questions on Haaretz.com's Facebook page.

Hatnuah Chairwoman Tzipi Livni will directly follow Gafni at 7:30 A.M. EST, answering reader inquiries. You are welcome to start sending in your questions.

Hatnuah is Livni's newly established political party, which includes several other previous members of the Kadima party. Readers will have the opportunity to ask her questions about foreign policy and security, her party's standing in the polls, its election campaign, and more. Livni will be answering all questions in real time.

The first and second installments in the series of virtual meetings with senior politicians were Israel's Vice PM Moshe Ya'alon and Meretz chairwoman  Zahava Gal-On.