Apparently, Israeli democracy just can not compete with Britney's first non-U.S. tour since 2011, or her first ever concert in Israel.
The party's election committee have now made a decision to hold the primaries on 4 July instead.
Although the wording was careful not to name the event in question, it is referring to the United States superstar's first ever concert in Isreal, which is part of her 2017 World Tour.
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Haaretz reported that the Israeli Labor Party will postpone the July 3 election of a new party chair one day to make way for the pop goddess's global tour. The election committee of the political party chose to delay the election by one day so that it would not fall on the same day as the concert. British Britney fans are eagerly awaiting the announcement of any United Kingdom dates. The committee was afraid that it would be hard for party members who live in central Israel to reach the polling stations due to the concert. The primaries will now take place July 4.
According to The Guardian, a spokesman for the Labour Party told the Times of Israel that postponing the election would "make it easier for people to reach polling stations", while confirming that organizers did experience "a difficulty in recruiting security guards".
The current party head, Isaac Herzog, who is running for re-election in a field of at least eight candidates, reportedly has no plans to attend the concert. It is her first tour outside the US since 2011.