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Jewish Home Party Votes on New Constitution After Reaching Compromise

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Arutz Sheva – The Jewish Home Party voted on a new constitution at Tel Aviv University Wednesday, amidst a controversy over political control that may see a split over what some claim are different values.

Tensions over the vote ran high, as a clash broke out between MK Moti Yogev and a security guard after Yogev requested that the secret ballots be counted to protect against vote tampering.

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