Gantz votes, urges Israelis to reject corruption, 'extremism'

Reuters , Tuesday 17 Sep 2019

Israeli election
Leader of Blue and White party, Benny Gantz and his wife Revital cast their ballots as they vote in Israel's parliamentary election at a polling station in Rosh Ha'ayin, Israel September 17, 2019. (Reuters)

Benny Gantz, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's main challenger, voted in Tuesday's election and called on the country to reject corruption and "extremism".

"We want new hope. We are voting today for change," Gantz said after voting alongside his wife in his hometown of Rosh Haayin near Tel Aviv.

"We will succeed in bringing hope. We will succeed in bringing change, without corruption and without extremism, all together."

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