Saturday October 10, 2015
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Low turnout could bolster rightists in Likud primaries

Widespread computer malfunctions reported as 120,000 Likud members vote for ruling party's list of candidates Low independent voter turnout will favor the settler lobby Numerous polling booths shut Sa'ar: Primaries are a farce, must be postponed.

Mati Tuchfeld and News Agencies

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with his wife Sara at the polling station on Sunday.
Photo credit: AFP
Preparations for the Likud primaries on Sunday at the Trade Fair and Convention Center in Tel Aviv.
Photo credit: Yossi Zeliger
Yisrael Beytenu chairman Avigdor Leiberman will wait for the results of the Likud primaries to assemble his list of candidates.
Photo credit: AP
Moshe Feiglin visits with voters at the Petah Tikvah Likud voting center.
Photo credit: Aviad Netovitz
Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar at his local polling station on Sunday.
Photo credit: Avi Cohen
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