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February 27, 1981 - Image 35

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 21, 1981

35

Yadin's Party Dissolves; Mapam Seeks Concessions from Labor

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
reformist political party
founded by Deputy Premier
Yigael Yadin, which surged
to prominence by winning
15 seats in the 1977 Knesset
elections, was dissolved by
its founder last Thursday.

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nally known as the Demo-
cratic Movement for
Change, would not stand for
election when Israelis go to
the polls again June 30.
Yadin said on a television
interview that he had come
to the conclusion that he
himself was not a "political
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plished much of what it set
out to do — a claim many
Israelis might dispute.
"I can look the 200,000
people who voted for us in
1977) in the eye and say we
did great things," Yadin
said.
Among them he ' men-
tioned its role in ending
the 30-year rule of the
Labor Party, social and
legal legislation it intro-
duced in the Knesset, and
the help it gave Begin,
after joining his coalition,
in carrying through the
peace process with Egypt
which was opposed by
many in Begin's own
Herut party.
Yadin admitted that his
party had made mistakes,
among them the inclusion of
the "Change" faction, more
reformist than its other con-
stituents, which Yadin con-
tended was "naive." The
"Change" faction broke
away about two years ago to

form an independent oppo-
sition party, Shinui.
Meanwhile, the leftist
Mapam will cditinue in
partnership with the Labor
Party at the next elections
but will insist that the
agreed platform of the
Labor-Mapam alignment
will not be identical with
that of the Labor Party
alone, the Mapam conven-
tion decided. Mapam will
insist on continuation of the
present arrangement
whereby its members ob-
tain every seventh seat won
by the alignment in the
elections.
Some Labor members
have demanded that this
number be reduced on the
grounds that one in seven
would mean over-
representation for Mapam.
Mapam will demand
freedom to vote as it
chooses on religious af-
fairs, the electoral sys-

Cellist Paul Olefsky Awes
Center Symphony Audience

In a program unified by
the thematic contrasts of
tension and calm, the Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra de-
lighted listeners Feb. 15 at
the Jewish Community
Center. The orchestra was
joined by soloists Paul
Olefsky, cello, and Tibor
Szasz, piano.
Julius Chajes showed
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which Chajes performed
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and ethnic tonality awed
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dignity, Olefsky amazed the
audience when he called
forth from the wings to per-
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