THE LIKUD VOTES
10 Dec. 2014
The Likud Central Committee approved yesterday the party chairman Prime Minister' Benjamin Netanyahu's proposals for the dates and structure of the Likud primary elections.
ONE ON ONE
02 Dec. 2014
Likud Anglos Director Daniel Tauber squared off against a French MP who voted for recognition of Palestinian Statehood on "The Debate" on France24.
WHO OWNS THE LIKUD?
09 Dec. 2014
Nobody owns the Likud party and the party must stick to its principles, Likud Anglos Director Daniel Tauber said on “Inside Israel Today,” a program on Voice of Israel.
STAKING OUR CLAIM IN HEVRON
6 July 2012
Likud Anglos organized a visit to the ancient Jewish city of Hevron by English-speaking Israelis from all across Israel.
Those elections will include the content for party chairman and the party's Knesset list.
In voting for the Knesset list, Likud members will be allowed 11 votes for "national" slots on the list, while the party chairman will be allowed to choose two candidates in the first portion of the list: the 11th and 24th spots on the list.
Several others candidates in the first 25 slots will be chosen in districts (16, 18-19, 21-22) and will be reserved for the woman who receiving the highest votes (15 and 25 for a female on-incumbent).
Of the previous candidates on the Likud's list, three have resigned and are not expected to compete, including former Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar; former Minister of Culture and Sport Limor Livant, and former MK Carmel Hashama Cohen.
Members of Knesset Moshe Feiglin and Danny Danon are expected to compete with Netanyahu for the leadership of the party. Sa'ar who considered competing as well, announced that he would not.
Only dues-paying Likud members who have completed a waiting period of 16-months will be able to vote in the December 31 primaries. That number has been estimated as being up to 80,000 people.