Netanyahu hires new campaign consultant for Likud

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (photo credit: REUTERS)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
(photo credit: REUTERS)

Respected international consultant Aron Shaviv was hired as the Likud’s strategist for the March 17 election.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday appointed respected international consultant Aron Shaviv as the Likud’s strategist for the March 17 election.
Shaviv has advised and consulted for some of the top political leaders across Europe, Asia and Africa. He has worked with senior political leaders in the US, UK, Thailand, Ukraine, Spain, Slovakia, Malaysia, Kenya, Egypt, Cyprus, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Moldova and Croatia.
In Israel, he advised Yisrael Beytenu in the past and worked for Netanyahu’s former international strategist Arthur Finkelstein alongside current Yisrael Beytenu strategist George Birnbaum.
Shaviv was named the recipient of Campaigns and Elections Magazine’s 2011 Rising Star Award for International Political Consulting and won the Best International Campaign Award in 2012.
He specializes in winning election campaigns for the center-right, and offers public opinion research, campaign strategy, management and communications services to political parties and candidates, elected officials, opposition leaders and heads of state.
A resident of Modi’in, his illustrious family includes two former Jerusalem Post literary editors: His wife, Miriam Abramowitz Shaviv, and his sister, Miriam Shaviv Bermant.