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November 14, 1969 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-14

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'Labor Pains' Felt at Forming New Government

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negollat1W: committee consists of
Allon.
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miner
Deputy
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mister
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portfolio and si•cret.ii y •:i•iier31
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Justice
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Aliaron B•eker. secretary general
of Ilistadrut.
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negotiations only when required
•I`Nir... 11 V 11 Ito delegate to
Al"
the negoti.ifille committee because
it oppo s es a coalition with f;ahal
tIlertit 1 iberal ali•:nment 1, the
71• second strongest party in the
country
The talks began Tuesday it ith
National
repro sent a t 'yes of the

%Mem, where the 1.aluir align
nient, headed by Mayor 'ferias
holly', tuna a clear maim BY in
the ttttt cipai elections. Agt et'
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ea riled SO far with 1:alial and
• .Agmlat Israel. The National Re
ligions Pally will be approached
to join the coalition.
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a new cabinet to the Knesset for
app ■ ∎ oval but may rennest an adult
tional •.•1 day g• 1,91,14111
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Oct :'S election for the seventh
Knesset. announced Its the
Committee. conttrmed that the
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r e itt i e r
alignment of

per cent. The
4i; 2 per emit of the . t'ommunists. 1.1
number of soles needed to capture
per cent, Na
(tonal Religions Patty, 97 per one seal was given its 11 : 27 •-
A total of 114 seats were ills
Cont, the Arab Mute lists, 3 S
per cent. Aguilat Israel. 3 ".!. per ti Muted among the lists with the
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cent;
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windier of votes needed. The
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had all absolute majority of W.;
seats nil_ the sixth knesset and
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'tile official tally showed that

s Party in-
al Retie'
the Nar
11 to 12.
creased its seats fr
•1 its
the Agnilat Israel ref:
four seats and that Poal•i Agin
dal lsrael held its two seats.
The Arab•Inritie pro Labor lists
retained their four seats. The
Independent Liberals retained
four seals. The Free Center, a
break: w:1y group from 1:abal,
dropped front four to two seats.
and the Israel (' niunist re-
tained its one seat. Ben thirion's
State list. comprised only of
Ben-Curio!' in the sixth Kness•t,
rose to four. The one-man
gained a
Ilaolam Ilareh fact'

Iteh•.,tous Party They will con
time Wednesday when the coin
mitt ec meets wsth negotiators
the Independ
representing
PtIale
cat Liberals and
Israel.
Meir said she would not
invite the State 1 ist headed by
former Premier David (ten tiwrion
to join .a coalition The nen
list won film seats in the Oct. :'S
Knesset elections and is opposed
to NIrs Meir•s continuing as prince
minister But Ntrs \leir claimed

The

committee

that
reported
1.75S.t;!"..c Israelis were ell:tible to
cast
vote and that 1.427.981 had
ballots, of which 1.367,7-13 were
The I.:3h,, Nlapain align-
valid.

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