Wednesday's contestant Moshe Leon denied Jerusalem mayor Ofer Berkovitch on Wednesday for "without state legitimacy."
Moshe Leon will again be Ofer Berkovitch on November 13, when none of them received 40% support in the October elections that needed to be won everywhere.
"We are going to win on Tuesday, we are going to win from the bottom, we are going to win the wheel dealers, we are going to win, because Jerusalem understands what their politicians still can not understand," Berkovič said at a press conference.
Referring to the many agreements that Leon has probably signed with Jerusalem's leaders in order to earn their approval, Berkovits said he likes the Jerusalem rank. "Everything [Leon’s] voters are one big political deal and he has no public legitimacy to lead Jerusalem, "Berkovits said.
Leon had earned approval for the Shas and Degel Hatorah haredi parties. As Hurdies make up 40% of Jerusalem, it is very difficult to win city elections without their support.
Leon, a loyal loyalty to Liberman and Shah's leader, Arjeh Deri, has been offended by the allegation that the Minister of Defense proposed to put in opposition to the law that would allow the student to avoid the IDF project in exchange for Leon's support.
Berković also attacked Jerusalem leader of the Jewish home faction Hagit Moshe supports Leon. "Hagit Moshe made political and non-moral considerations and abolished this partnership, this Alliance of Religious Zionists with general Zionism," he said.
"If I elected, I not only do not worry about religious Zionism, but I see them as allies, preserving the character of Jerusalem Zionists," said Berkovits, warning that "religious Zionism may lose Jerusalem, and such a thing will be remembered for eternity.
Despite reports that the Jewish home will support Berkovic, Moshe announced this week that the religious-Zionist party will support Leo. Official on Nir Barkat also confirmed on Tuesday.
"From my close acquaintance with the two candidates and my work across, I have no doubt that the Moshe Lion is the best choice for Jerusalem," said Barkat.