The Israeli Labor Party election committee explained that if the party was to hold the election on the same day as the highly-anticipated concert, party members in central Israel would have trouble reaching the polling stations.
Pop icon Britney Spears is set to perform in Israel for the first time ever on 3 July, in capital Tel Aviv's Hayarkon Park, and her appearance is making waves not just for pop music fans, but for politicians too.
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According to the committee, heavy traffic due to the concert will clog up parts of the city, making it hard for people to reach the polling stations.
The Israeli Labor Party has reportedly postponed its primary election from July 3 to July 4 since Brit's rolling into Tel Aviv the same day. The election committee of the political party made a decision to delay the election by one day so that it would not fall on the same day as the concert.
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While the world already revolves around Britney Spears for some super-fans, her impact has actually delayed world events. It is noted that leader of the party is one of the main candidates for a post of Prime Minister.
Her Twitter account is now promoting her 2017 World Tour, which will follow on from her latest Las Vegas residency, plus her new album Glory.
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