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January 25, 1985 - Image 33

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Before 1973, Likud averaged
approximately 25 percent of the
Sephardi vote, but by 1977 the
Sephardi vote had accounted for
60 percent of the Likud's total and
helped significantly in the forma-
tion of the first Likud Govern-
ment in Israeli history. In 1981,
the Sephardi vote for Likud had
risen to 70 percent.
The study adds: "Surveys had
shown that Labor suffered from
an image of being unsympathetic
to the Sephardim and largely re-
sponsible for feelings of past dis-
crimination."
Vestiges of such discrimination
may be discerned in the report's
profile on the ethnic background
of the new Knesset, which points
out that only 26 percent of the
Knesset's 120 members are of
Sephardi-Oriental descent in a
nation where Sephardim and
Orientals comprise a majority of
the population.
More positively, the study con-
cludes, early predictions of inter-
ethnic conflicts erupting during
the campaign proved unfounded,
leaving hope that such tensions
may be abating as the socio-
economic gap continues to narrow
between the Sephardim and the
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sity, who noted, "Ethnic lists are a
marginal issue on the Israeli
political landscape. They serve as
a tool for political bargaining and
are used to form temporary and
conditional alliances between
political entrepreneurs. On the
whole, ethnic political organiza-
tions are marginal in Israeli poli-
tics, but not ethnicity as a politi-
cal resource."
The study reports that Sephar-
dim cast 52.3 percent of their
votes for Likud in 1984, compared
with 19.7 percent for the Labor
Alignment. This trend in support
for Likud over Labor, the report
indicates, first became visible
after the 1973 war.

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