Israeli Labor Party moves election date due to Britney Spears concert

The Israeli Labor Party election committee has decided to delay its primary election, which was scheduled for July 3, by one day because of the highly-anticipated Britney Spears concert in Tel Aviv. The committee was afraid that it would be difficult for party members who live in central Israel to reach the polling stations due to the concert.
Spears and Israeli Labor Party chairman Isaac Herzog Photo Credit: Tomer Neuberg/Flash 90/Reuters

The Israeli Labor Party (HaAvoda) has decided to postpone its primary election due to the upcoming Britney Spears concert, which is scheduled for July 3 in Tel Aviv. The election committee of the political party decided to delay the election by one day so that it would not fall on the same day as the concert.

In the announcement, Spears was not mentioned by name but the election committee said that “the election date was delayed by one day due to the fact that there is a major event at Yarkon Park on July 3, 2017.”

Israeli journalist Tal Schneider broke the story about the Israeli Labor Party’s decision, which was made in order to “make it easier” for party members to reach the polling stations. The Israeli Labor Party election committee explained that if the party was to hold the election on the same day as the highly-anticipated concert, party members in central Israel would have trouble reaching the polling stations.

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