NETANYAHU REPORTEDLY REFUSES TO LET SHARON'S SON RUN IN LIKUD PRIMARIES | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


NETANYAHU REPORTEDLY REFUSES TO LET SHARON'S SON RUN IN LIKUD PRIMARIES

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reportedly refused to sign a waiver allowing the late Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's son, Gilad, to run in Likud primaries later this year, Hadashot news said on Wednesday.

Sharon is seeking to run for the Likud Party's slot for representative of the South against Moshe Katzav's brother, Lior.

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