Justice is still being upheld
on this issue:
The city of Beit Shemesh is on its way to a second round of elections. The Supreme Court ruled Thursday to uphold a lower court’s decision in favor of reelections, due to allegations of fraud during the municipal elections in the city in 2013.
Interior Minister Gidon Saar now has 30 days to declare a date for the new elections.
Moshe Abutbol, the corrupt Haredi mayor, appealed the earlier ruling, but they've upheld it. Now, we have to hope justice can be found in another election.
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