Lieberman Supports

Taking a side: Lieberman announces support for the Tel Aviv elections

The Yisrael Beitenu party has announced the joining of forces with Yesh Atid representative Orna Barbivai for the Tel Aviv Mayor's office. The parties will run together as a unified list for the city council. According to them: "We will promote liberal values ​​and religious freedom"

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The political parties 'Yesh Atid' and 'Yisrael Beiteinu' announced today (Thursday) about a joint run in the municipal elections on the list of the candidate for the mayor of Tel Aviv, Orna Barbivai.

According to the announcement from "Yisrael Beiteinu": Representatives of the party in Tel Aviv-Jaffa and members of the "A Free Tel Aviv" movement, Attorney Guy Avner and Michaela Levin-Shamir, will join the "Yesh Atid" list in Tel Aviv-Jaffa led by Major-General, Orna Barbivai, who will receive the support of the leader of the "Yisrael Beiteinu" party, MK Avigdor Lieberman.

According to their statement: "The united list will work together to promote the city's core liberal values with an emphasis on religious and personal freedom, progress, and enhancing the sense of personal security and public order for the residents of the city."

Avigdor Lieberman: "Advocating for the value of live and let live"

Yisrael Beiteinu Chairman Avigdor Lieberman referred to the unity. According to him: "The Yisrael Beiteinu party places a central emphasis on representing the party in various cities, out of the need to promote a Zionist, liberal, and egalitarian ideology that values the important and uncompromising principle of 'live and let live.' From my extensive familiarity with Orna Barbivai over the years, I have become acquainted with her as a proactive individual who has been working tirelessly for the benefit of Israeli citizens in many areas. I have no doubt that the unity between us will benefit the city's residents."

The candidate for the position of Mayor of Tel Aviv, Orna Barbivai, welcomed the collaboration: "The inclusion of the Yisrael Beiteinu party creates a multiplication of strength in the iron wall that we set up for Tel Aviv-Yafo – the liberal and free city – while steadfastly defending the rights of all residents, regardless of religion, ethnicity, or gender. I thank the party leader, Avigdor Lieberman, for his support of the unity of forces and congratulate the inclusion of Attorney Guy Avner and Michaela Levin-Shamir from the 'A Free Tel Aviv' movement on the list led by me. Together, we will work to promote and enrich the city for its residents."

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