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March 23, 1984 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-23

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8 Friday, March 23, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Early Israel
Elections near?

Jerusalem (JTA) —
Likud and the Labor
Alignment face the prospect
of internal leadership
struggles as both major par-
ties prepared Wednesday
for early national elections
which political pundits con-
sidered to be inevitable.
The Knesset began the
debate Thursday on an
early election bill intro-
duced by Labor and sup-
ported by several liberals
and by the Tami party,
which announced that it
would introduce an early
elections bill of its own.
The consensus that early
elections are inevitable
stems from an expected new
lineup in the Knesset. The
Labor Alignment, the oppo-
sition Shinui and the
Hadash (Communist) par-
ties plus the three Tami
MKs could muster 59 votes,
two short of a majority.
But former Knesset
speaker Yitzhak Berman, a
Likud Liberal, has reiter-
ated his intention to vote for
the bill.
Other coalition waverers
include Berman's protege,
Dror Zeigerman; indepen-
dent MKs Mordechai Ben-
Porat and Yigal Hurwitz, a
former finance minister;
and Avraham Melamed, of
the National Religious
Party.
Their votes would assure
passage of an early elections
bill, the only question being
whether they will be on
hand to vote. Zeigerman is
presently in Argentina and
Melamed is in South Africa.
But the Likud bloc will also
be deprived of a vote unless
former Premier Menahem
Begin shows up in the
Knesset.
The election bill calls for
dissolution of the Knesset
and setting a date for elec-
tions. Present law requires
a 100-day interim, but it
could be amended.
There is considerable
speculation as to why Tami
leader Aharon Abu-
Hatzeira made his
bombshell announcement
only a few days after the
Tami secretariate indicated
the party would not seek
early elections at this time.
Abu-Harzeira expressed
dissatisfaction with the way
the Likud government is
functioning, especially
the economic sphere. He
indicated that the last straw
was the 12 percent rise in
inflation last month and
predictions by experts that
the cost of living will go
even higher. This would hit
hardest on Tami's con-
stituents, mainly im-
poverished Sephardim,
many of them immigrants
from Abu-Hatzeira's native
Morocco.
Some
newspapers
claimed that he was
acting on instructions from
his patron, Nissim Gaon, a
Geneva-based
multi-
millionaire
leader of
Sephardic Jewry world-
wide.
Tami is also said to want
to go to the polls while the
National Religious Party is
in a state of disarray.

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