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May 30, 1980 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-30

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Friday, May 30, 1980 5

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Begin Control of Cabinet Unhindered by Weizman's Resignation

(Continued from Page 1)
the occupied territories.
Weizman, who in an
angry letter of resigna-
tion flatly accused Begin
and his regime of throw-
ing away chances for
peace, had been consid-
ered a force for modera-
tion in the Cabinet. He
and Moshe Dayan are
credited with having
influenced Begin to make
concessions at the Camp
vid meetings in Sep-
.aber 1978 and in the
negotiations for the
peace treaty with Egypt
that followed.
But Begin's latest in-
ducements to the Liberal
Party have apparently de-
fused reported moves by
Weizman to join forces with
moderate liberals such as
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form a political center
under his leadership which
would confront Begin in the
next elections.
The Knesset easily de-
feated a motion of no-
confidence in the govern-
ment over Weizman's res-
ignation which was pre-
sented by Uri Avneri of the
opposition Sheli faction. It
had only five supporters.
The Labor Party, the
largest opposition faction,
abstained.
Weizman wrote that his
resignation "need not come
as a surprise" to Begin. He
had lately often discussed
his positions with the Pre-
mier, and had made no
secret of the differences he
felt were widening between
them over the "major policy
areas."
Weizman wrote of the
great hopes which the
public had had in the
Likud government after
the 1977 election. "As
high as were the hopes
then — so deep is the dis-
appointment now.
"At first, I refused to con-

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has it been so despondent
and sad as in recent years
. • .
The Prime Minister re-
sponded with particular
outrage to Weizman's
charges regarding the peace
process. These, Begin as-
serted, were "immeasura-
bly serious" and the defense
minister knew full well they
were "totally groundless."
Begin published a
statement Monday night
— immediately upon re-
ceipt of Weizman's letter
— affirming his "national
duty" to refute these
charges. "The man who
has served for three
years as minister of de-
fense in the government
of Israel blames that
same government for
lack of progress towards
peace.
"Obviously he knows full
well that the charge is with-
out foundation -. .. the
Egyptian proposals regard-
ing Jerusalem, (West Bank)
security and the powers of
the autonomy diverged to-

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Referring to the Treasury
cede the government's fail-
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things could be put right, budget, which was the im-
and I continued serving in mediate cause of his resig-
your government. But as nation, Weizman wrote:
the months passed, the con- "The army cannot be run
clusion became inescapable according to the monthly
— that the (electoral) vagaries of the consumer
pledge to 'do good to the na- price index and according to
tion' had not been fulfilled." changing moods within the
Earlier in the term, the Cabinet.
"The handling of the
government could argue
that it was not to blame — defense budget issue re-
that it was still laboring fleets the operations of
under the legacy left by its this government as a
predecessor. But the whole, in all areas. No
validity of that contention considered planning, but
constant improvisation.
had now run out.
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ernment's policy. The road
Is Cancelled
towards strengthening the
JERUSALEM (JTA) — peace with Egypt lies broad
Mayor Teddy Kollek and open before us. But in-
abruptly cancelled a guided stead of making measure
tour of Jerusalem with U.S. but determined progress
Secretary of Transportation towards a comprehensive
Neil Goldschmidt Monday and stable peace, we are
after U.S. officials indicated marking time.
"The people of Israel have
a reluctance to have
Goldschmidt visit East known ups and downs in
Jerusalem under official their time. But never, I feel,
auspices.
An aide to the mayor ex-
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LONG and SHORT
accept any conditional vis-
its to united Jerusalem."
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hour-long automobile tour
with Goldschmidt, visiting
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he called it off rather than
restrict the itinerary to the
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Goldschmidt called on
Premier Menahem Begin
and President Yitzhak Na-
von. He was accompanied
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tally from the Camp David
agreement and endangered
the security, existence and
future of the state of Israel.
It was those proposals,
wrote Begin, that had
caused the autonomy talks
to grind to a halt. Weizman
himself had rejected them
when Egypt's Gen. Ali had
presented them during the
negotiations, Begin said.

* * *

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Begin has run into oppo-
sition from his coalition
partners, especially the Na-
tional Religious Party and
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