Israeli Arab Parties Irking Their Voters by Slowing Up Formation of Latest Joint Ticket

As the parties bicker over slots on a unified slate, 'the Arab community feels that the rhetoric about unity, national challenges and priorities are empty words,' a mediator says

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The Arab parties are being criticized by their voters for not fulfilling their pledge of two weeks ago to quickly form a joint slate and perhaps beat their 2015 success in the September 17 election.