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Likud's First Openly Gay Lawmaker to Be Sworn in Following Silvan Shalom's Resignation
In light of Shalom's resignation from Knesset amid allegations of sexual assault, Amir Ohana, the head of the Likud's LGBT caucus, will take his place.
Ilan Lior Dec 21, 2015 2:33 AM
Attorney Amir Ohana, head of the Likud's LGBT caucus, will take the place in Knesset of Silvan Shalom, who stepped down from public office on Sunday evening following allegations of sexual assault. Ohana will...
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