(IsraelNN.com) Justice Eliezer Rivlin of the Central Elections Committee ruled Thursday that Kadima must either put its name on anonymous attack ads or take them down. The ruling was handed down in response to a petition from Likud MK Michael Eitan.This may have backfired already, as it would tell the public that Kadima is too cowardly to clearly identify themselves in an advertisement they've come up with.
The attack ads in question target Likud head Binyamin (Bibi) Netanyahu, and say, “Bibi? I don't trust him.” The ads have been posted on popular Israeli websites and hundreds of buses nationwide.
Rivlin gave the party three days to remove the ads or put its name on them.
Saturday, December 06, 2008
KADIMA VIOLATED ELECTION LAWS WITH ANONYMOUS ATTACK ON NETANYAHU
Kadima published an anonymous attack ad against Benjamin Netanyahu, leading to the following: