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The Tel Aviv Journalists Association quit the Israeli Press Council over the council’s presidential election, which the association called “unethical,” YNet News reported.

According to YNet News, the council  re-elected Dalia Dorner as president, and the association called for the council to “first elect its new members, and it is the new council, not the outgoing one, that should elect its president.”

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In a June 28 post on its website, the council reported on the elections and noted that the journalists association left the council over them.

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Tel Aviv Journalists Association Quits Israeli Press Council, Says Council’s Elections ‘Unethical’

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