Sharon to bring ''disengagement plan'' for approval of Likud party members
Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on Tuesday evening told his Likud Party convention that the poll to be held by party members on his disengagement plan, would be binding.
The convention earlier approved by a show of hands the Sharon's proposal to hold the poll, which will be held after the israeli leader returns from his talks in the US, set for the middle of next month, and before the plan goes to the cabinet for approval. Some 30,000 Likud members will vote on the plan, Haaretz reported.
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