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May 02, 1986 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-02

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Unity AccOrd
Is Predicted

New York (JTA) — The secre-
tary 'general of Israel's Labor
Party, Uzi Baram, said he be-
lieves that the rotation agree-
ment between Labor and Likud
will take place as planned on Oct.
14. But he did not rule out the
possibility that the unity gov-
ernment could fall after Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir re-
places Prime Minster Shimon
Peres.
Baram, who has just concluded
a 10-day visit to the U.S., noted
that the unity government,
which was established 19 months
ago, "is like any other govern-
ment. This government is not
immune to cises in the future."
He said that in case of dis-
agreements between Labor and
Likud in the future, "Labor may
walk out of the government."
Baram stressed that the unity
government and the rotation
agreement are based on basic
guidelines agreed to by Labor
and Likud. "If these guidelines
are not adhered to after Shamir
becomes premier, Labor can act
as it deems," he said.
Baram said that it became
clearer than ever that the Likud
is not fit to sovern Israel after the
Likud convention exploded in
chaos at the beginning of April.
"Shamir does not even enjoy
the support of the majority in his
oivn party," Baram said. "A fu-
ture premier that flees his own
party convention under police
protection cannot effectively
sovern the nation." Baram
claimed." In my opinion, the logi-
cal solution is to call for general
elections, and the sooner the bet-
ter."
Baram highly praised Peres'
leadership and his performance
as premier.

DC Statehood?

New York — The American
Jewish Congress has asked the
U.S. Congress to approve state-
hood for the District of Columbia.
The newstate would be known as
New Columbia.
A resolution passed .by the
Jewish organization at its recent
biennial convention notes that
while the residents of the District
of Columbia have the obligation
and responsibility of citizenship,
including the payment of federal
taxes, they are denied voting re-
presention.
A previous Constitutional
amendment that would have
granted the District full voting
representation was not ratified
by the necessary number of
states.

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Testing Ban

• Philadelphia — The Shalom
Center's national board has voted
to urge President Reagan to sus-
pend nuclear weapon testing and
pursue immediate negotiations
with the Soviet Union toward
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