Today is voting day for the Likud Knesset slate. Central committee members will determine the quality of those who will be elected to a seat on March 28th.
My main interest is to see how many of the Likud faithful (which some have called the Likud "rebels") will be elected to a decent spot.
Judging from the bits of news and polls I have read, Uzi Landau, Gideon Sa'ar, and Natan Sharansky (who was not officially one of the faithful but gave his support) seem to have a good chance.
What about Ayoub Kara, and Michael Ratzon - two of the faithful that were particularly outspoken? Will they be remembered?
I hope so. This Likud member remembers them, at least.