RETRANSMISSION FOR ALTERNATE CROP OF JRL831 ** Israeli Foreign Minister and candidate for Kadima party leadership Tzipi Livni, right, gestures as she holds her drivers licence as she stands with supporters after voting in the Kadima primaries in Tel Aviv, Israel, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is being forced from office by a corruption scandal and the three-year-old Kadima Party is holding its first primary to select a new chief to replace him. The two front runners are Livni and Shaul Mofaz, a former military chief and defense minister. (AP Photo/Alon Ron) ** ISRAEL OUT **
RETRANSMISSION FOR ALTERNATE CROP OF JRL831 ** Israeli Foreign Minister and candidate for Kadima party leadership Tzipi Livni, right, gestures as she holds her drivers licence as she stands with supporters after voting in the Kadima primaries in Tel Aviv, Israel, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is being forced from office by a corruption scandal and the three-year-old Kadima Party is holding its first primary to select a new chief to replace him. The two front runners are Livni and Shaul Mofaz, a former military chief and defense minister. (AP Photo/Alon Ron) ** ISRAEL OUT ** Associated Press
RETRANSMISSION FOR ALTERNATE CROP OF JRL831 ** Israeli Foreign Minister and candidate for Kadima party leadership Tzipi Livni, right, gestures as she holds her drivers licence as she stands with supporters after voting in the Kadima primaries in Tel Aviv, Israel, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is being forced from office by a corruption scandal and the three-year-old Kadima Party is holding its first primary to select a new chief to replace him. The two front runners are Livni and Shaul Mofaz, a former military chief and defense minister. (AP Photo/Alon Ron) ** ISRAEL OUT ** Associated Press

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