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August 25, 1961 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-08-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, August 25, 1961 -- 6

Report Ben-Gmion Will Refuse Former
Partners in New Coalition Government

latest position as secretary gen- Knesset as against the 47 they
eral of Histadrut, "be barred held in the last Knesset. The
TEL AVIV — Prime Minister from public office" in view of Liberal Party, formed by the
Ben-Gurion was reported here his "part" in the 1954 security mew er earlier this year of the
General Zionist and Progressive
Tuesday to have told other mishap.
leaders of the Mapai Party to
On the other hand, the 13- parties, won 17 seats compared
which he belongs that he would page report also voiced criti- with the 14 held by bo
et. Herut
refuse to try forming a new cisms of Ben-Gurion for the in the previous K
coalition 'government in which manner in which he handled retained its 17 s s.
5 Party

The Nation
Mapam and Achdut Avodah the Lavon case and against
same
seats,
would be coalition partners.
- Mapai Secretary General was allotted
held in the last
He is reported to have in- Yosef Almogi "for failing to number th
Agudah and Poalei
sisted upon that stand as a prior intervene in the early stages" house, wit'
t fined their six seats.
Agudah
condition before attempting to of the Lavon affair.
ne seats
head a new coalition.
Menahem Beigin, leader of Mapam eld on t
dut od
Among some members of the right-wing Herut Party, of- while
it seat
Mapai there was anxiety on ficially wrote to leaders of the ted
the la Ks s
this point. These. circles feel Liberal Party proposing the had
Corn
T
that Mapai should continue plan he had announced for the
f
its former "labor partner- formation of a Herut-Liberal thei strength
ship" with Mapam and Ach- bloc in the next Knesset. He the ree they ha
dut Avodah.
pointed out that such a bloc ous nesset, whil he Ari
ar-
Meanwhile there was a report would hold 34 of the Knesset wer allotted four
th the five they ha pre-
here that Kadash Luz, speaker seats and said it would end ed
of the former Knesset, would majority rule of the Knesset by vious
M ai secured 43 p cent of
decline nomination for election one party, meaning Mapai.
the a y vote while erut f ol-
as speaker of the Fifth Knesset
The Beigin proposal has re-
lowed • h 18 pe nt. The re-
when the new house is organ- ceived mixed reactions from
my vote went
maindei
ized. In that case, and if the the Liberal leaders. Peretz
to the Li erals with 11 per-
Liberal Party becomes a part- Bernstein, leader of the Gen-
cent; Ahtlut Avodah, 10 per-
ner in the next coalition gov- eral Zionist component of the
cent; Mapam, 9 percent; and
ernment, Mapai may propose Liberal group, was reported
the National Religious Party,
that the speakership go to Dr. "favorably disposed" to the
5.9 percent. There were almost
Pinhas Rosen, Minister of Jus- Herut idea. Minister of Jus-
no Communist votes cast by
tice in the outgoing government tice Pinhas Rosen, of the Pro-
army personnel.
and a leader of the Liberals.
gressive faction inside the
The first official and public
However there were also re- Liberal Party, was "dubious."
statement about the future coali-
ports that Rosen would refuse
Political speculation in Israel tion came meanwhile from Agri-
to serve as speaker being still inclined to the belief that Mapai
"angry" with Ben-Gurion over would make its mos ous culture Minister Moshe Dayan,
the latter's refusal to accept a
governm
effort to form
ministerial report made to -the with the Libe
and the re-
last government last winter ligious gro
iberal spokes-
clearing former Defense, Minis- men mad ,
clear, however,
ter Pinhas Lavon of responsi-
of their partici-
that the
bility for a security mishap in pation i r the vernment ould
1954.
be "a r oper ay" in the
It was Ben-Gurion's opposi-
MAKE RESERVATIONS
and r; a app
ernme
tion to acceptance of that re- numbe of key p sitions
at
port that led ultimately to the
new Kn set, th fi
Isra
ElLLY'S
HURON
HAVEN
resignation of the last govern- since t
the
establis
$80 Per Week, Up
ment and the subsequent State in
be
:, is e
ON LAKE HURON
Knesset elections. Rosen has convened
Sep
Phone FOrest 2-2626
reportedly said he would "not
neeti
The Open].
Tawas City, Box 303, Mich.
want to be included in any Knesset will b
.1. J. REILLY
government formed by Ben- monial. Members o
'ent
Gurion."
will take their oaths. After that,
" came to President Izhak Ben-Zvi will
The "A
e a
esday
main
here
the fr
call on the party receiving the
sion largest number of votes to form
mg
com
when
by a government. That means that
several months
for
mg Premier David Ben-Gurion, as
ersity students bel
U
apai made its report hat head of Mapai, will once more
eport has been read fo ome be given an opportunity to form
the Israel's next governmen
time but the
commission h
hem-
The Knesset's onl
er
si-
eport ness, at the openi
session,
ections. be the election
the Speak
nded in
The Centr
so Com
who had inittee We
night offi
from his cially ap
tio
he 12
anion
seats in
ne
h partic
ten o
e pas
electi
in last
pat
on of
fo wing the
s cast
listing of
OPEN
icemen
rael armed
YEAR
'ROUND
omen.
y was
Fifth

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
The Jewish News)

to

own opinions, z,. ects I e views
who told a group of "yot
wit n Mapai
Mapai" members he would e of se ral
en Turion on
iffer it
to see a continuation of th• eft-
e en-Gurion
ist coalition. He explains. that
a renewed
be aga
it was part of Mapai's esent i sa
litt n of th•ftist parties.
trend to seek a labor c lition,
leaving a right-wing op .ition
Regarding the "Lavon a tr,"
Dayan said the party woulc
better not to dwell too long on
the past.
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