Resolution passed by Likud Central Committee is not binding, but carries political force, as lawmakers need support of 3,000-member body to succeed in party primaries . . .
The resolution reads: “Fifty years after the liberation of Judea and Samaria, and with them Jerusalem, our eternal capital, the Likud Central Committee calls on Likud’s elected leaders to work to allow unhindered construction and to extend Israeli law and sovereignty in all the areas of liberated settlement in Judea and Samaria.” . . .