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Israel's Labor Party Considers New Leader

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Israel's Labor Party Considers New Leader

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Israel's Labor Party Considers New Leader

Israel's Labor Party Considers New Leader

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Days after Israel's opposition Labor Party is thrown into turmoil by chairman Amram Mitzna's resignation, party members meet to discuss the election of a new leader. Former party chairman Benjamin Ben-Eliezer throws his support behind former Prime Minister Shimon Peres as an interim leader. Hear NPR's Peter Kenyon.

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