The Likud faction in Jerusalem has submitted its list for the city council elections to be held at the end of next month.
At the top of the list will be Yael Antebi, a former Deputy Mayor of the city. Antebi, a resident of the Pisgat Ze'ev neighborhood, served as the Deputy Mayor and City Council member between 2008-2018 representing the "Paz – Pisgat Ze'ev on the Map" faction. She held various responsibilities, including transportation, urban planning, service quality, and also chaired the Naming Committee at the municipality. Antebi holds a masters degree in public policy from the Hebrew University.
Following her on the list is Elad Vazana, a resident of the Armon HaNatziv neighborhood, a public figure, and social activist who was elected about a month ago to the top position in the preliminary elections in the Jerusalem branch.
Following them on the list are the social activist Avi Moial, the head of the Morasha community administration, Asnakeh Yohanna, a father of five and a social activist for over 19 years, and the representative of the Ethiopian community, Delat Gehan (Turgeman), a mother of four, an educator with two degrees in education, and a social activist in the Har Homa neighborhood. In her most recent public role, Gehan handled public inquiries at the Office of the Minister of Transportation and Road Safety.
Nadav Azaria, a father of three and the director of insurance at Egged Jerusalem, a resident of Pisgat Ze'ev, a social activist, and a previous candidate on the Paz list.
Yael Antebi stated: "We have a winning team. Each and every person on the list is a dedicated player. I am confident that together we will do a lot of good for the residents of the city of Jerusalem. This is a team that has come to work."
The Chairman of the Jerusalem Likud branch, Ilan Gurdo, said: "We have presented a good and diverse team with a resolute Likud character. At the top of the list stands a former Deputy Mayor of the city. The list includes both young and seasoned individuals, secular and religious, women and men, newcomers and long-time residents, all with extensive public experience. There is no doubt that this list has the potential to benefit Jerusalem and secure several mandates that will give due respect to the Likud movement in the city council."
Elad Vazana stated: "I am happy and excited about the submission of the Likud list to the municipal elections committee. I see in the Likud list the ability to change and improve Jerusalem with creativity, determination, and a lot of love. We are full of energy, action, and a clear goal to ensure a better future for Jerusalem."