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October 07, 1983 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-07

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16 Friday, October 1, 1983

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Knesset Vote Expected on Shamir Coalition

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier-designate Yitzhak
Shamir is expected to pre-
sent his new coalition gov-
ernment to the Knesset

next Monday and to gain its
approval by a majority of at
least 61 and possibly 64
votes.
This is the view of sea-
soned political observers
who note that Shamir has
apparently satisfied six
Likud and independent
MKs who made their sup-
port of a Shamir govern-
ment contingent on his al-
lowing more time for efforts
to bring the Labor - Align-
ment into a national unity
coalition. Shamir also ap-
pears to have ironed out his
difficulties with the Or-
thodox Aguda Israel party.
The six dissenters had
warned that they would not
support Shamir's new coali-
tion if he brought it before
the Knesset for a vote this
week. The six are Knesset
Speaker Menahem Savidor;
Yitzhak Berman; Dror
Feigeman; and Dan Tichon,
all of Likud's Liberal Party
wing; and Mordehai Ben-
Porat and Yigael Hurwitz,
independents. All are mem-
bers of the out-going coali-
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strongly support a na-
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In Benvinisti's view, the
proposed compromise would
in no way secure for Labor
any modification of Likud's
plans for the West Bank.
Benvinisti himself believes
that those plans are already
a fait accompli, that the

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result, in a relatively short
time, in a bi-national state
or dual society with the
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formula is academic, obser-
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neither of the major'parties
seem prepared to accept it.

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Benvinisti, a former
deputy mayor of
Jerusalem who has done
an exhaustive study of
the West Bank situation
for the American Enter-
prise Institute, explained
to reporters that existing.
goverment settlements
projects call for upwards
of 200,000 Jewish settlers
in the territory in the next
few years.

WASHINGTON — The
U.S. Supreme Court has de-
cided not to hear Detroit at-
torney Abdeen Jabara's ar-
, gument that the National.
Security Agency violated
his privacy rights by inter-
cepting his overrseas tele-
grams and turning them
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The court ruled 8-1 Mon-
day against hearing the
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Palestine Liberation Or-
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under FBI investigation
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The Likud-Labor talks
collapsed last Friday over
issues of foreign policy and
West Bank settlements.
The nine MKs who insist
that further efforts be made
have drafted a compromise
formula for the divisive set-
tlements issue which they
think might be acceptable
to both sides.
Under their formula, de-
cisions on settlements•ade
by the Cabinet until now
would be implemented but
new settlement decisions
would require approval by
two-thirds of the Cabinet,
giving the Labor members
of a unity government an ef-
fective veto.
Likud's rightwing and
the ultra-nationalist
Tehiya party oppose any
such compromise. But ac-
cording to Meron Ben-
vinisti, a leading authority
on the settlements issue, it
would hardly constrain the
settlement drive.

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