Netanyahu wins Likud primaries after Sa’ar concedes

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Supporters of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chant slogans and hold up signs in support of him during a rally held under the banner “protesting the coup” in the coastal Mediterranean city of Tel Aviv, on November 26, 2019. - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu can stay on in his post although he has been indicted on corruption charges, Israel's attorney general said. Avichai Mandelblit, in a statement, said "there are no legal obligation for the prime minister to resign". Under Israeli law, while ministers cannot keep their posts after indictment, a prime minister is not legally required to step down unless convicted and with all appeals exhausted. (Photo by Jack GUEZ / AFP)
Sa’ar voted at the Council for a Beautiful Israel building in Tel Aviv alongside his wife, veteran anchorwoman Geula Even-Sa’ar on Thursday morning, and expressed hope in an upset victory.

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