Who's to blame for the blow dealt to Lieberman and Deri in Jerusalem mayoral elections?
When you’re counting on a 'bloc,' take into account that if one brick gets loose the whole structure collapses.
A hair’s breadth separated Moshe Leon, a candidate lacking any public standing, from taking over as mayor of Jerusalem and thus precipitating a shake-up that would have set the capital back many years. Avigdor Lieberman believed he would be able to impose a mayor on Jerusalem in the vein of the politics of yore: a few tens of thousands of Ashkenazi ultra-Orthodox, a few tens of thousands of Sephardim, a few tens...
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