The Likud convention / The voting doesn't matter; it's the deals that count
There was a lot of noise and nobody knew what they were voting on, but everything the leadership wanted was passed.
The Likud convention at the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds did not look like a winning party's convention. Most people were in their fifties and sixties. The only young ones were the ministers' bodyguards and supporters of Moshe Feiglin.
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