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April 10, 1981 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 10, 1981

CHINESE
BUFFET
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Both Sides Claim Victory
in Israel's Histadrut Election

Authentic Chinese Dishes

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Leaders of both the Labor
Party and the Likud drank
champagne and boasted of
victory when the almost
complete returns from
Tuesday's Histadrut Labor
Federation elections were
announced Tuesday night.
With all votes counted
apart from a few mobile and
transient stations and boxes.
from army camps, the Labor
alignment received 63.62
percent of the vote, up 6.51
percent from the 57.11 per-
cent gained in the last elec-
tions in 1977. The Likud ob-
tained 25.81 percent, down
2.37 percent.
Only about 58 percent of
the 1.5 million eligible vot-
ers cast their ballot, a lower
percentage than usual.
It was on the basis of
this low turnout that the
Likud based its claim to
victory. Spokesmen said
Labor had made an all-
out effort to brinkvoters

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to the polls, and those
who stayed away plus the
non-Histadrut electors
for the Knesset would
bring Likud victory in the
Knesset elections on
June 30.
They also said the Labor
increase was partly due to
the addition of Shulamit
Aloni's Ratz Party which
stood independently four
years ago and brought
about two percent this time
to Labor.
But Labor Spokesmen
said they had on the elec-
tions and would win the
Knesset vote because of the
increase in the numbers of
their supporters on the bal-
lot and because Of the de-
cline in the Likud support.
Final results will not be
known until next week,
when the last votes will be
counted.
Statisticians said no di-
rect comparison can be
drawn between voting
for the Histadrut Council
and for the Knesset, as
Histadrut members are
largely Labor supporters
and the issues are differ-
ent.
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the voting this week as a
dress rehearsal for the na-
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