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May 01, 1987 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-01

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Poll Shows
Stalemate

Tel Aviv (JTA) — If Knes-
set elections were held now,
the outcome' almost certainly
would be a new version of the
present stalemated national
unity coalition, according to
the latest opinion poll pub-
lished in Maariv Tuesday.
The Poll, conducted last
month among 1,236 adult
Jewish voters by the Modiin
Ezrachi organization, found
that neither Labor nor Likud
would be able to form a gov-
erning coalition with their
respective left-wing or
right-wing allies. Labor,
however, would emerge
stronger than Likud with 48
Knesset seats compared to
the 40 it won in the last elec-
tions in 1984. Likud was
down from 41 seats to 35 in
new elections.
But neither party would be
able to put together a govern-
ing majority in the 120-
member Knesset because the
right-wing opposition parties
have gained ground since
1984, possibly at Likud's ex-
pense, and the leftist parties
which might align with
Labor have lost support.
The
ultra-nationalist
Tehiya Party would increase
its Knesset strength from five
to seven seats in new elec-
tions. Rabbi Meir Kahane's
extremist Kach Party would
go from one to four seats. The
poll showed the leftist Shinui
down from three to two seats
and Mapam reduced from six
to two.Among the Orthodox
factions, only the National
Religious Party gained sup-
port. It would win six seats
compared to its present
strength of four seats. The
leftist Citizens Rights Move-
ment (CRM) and the Com-
munist Party would hold
steady at four and six seats,
respectively.
New elections would wipe
out the Orthodox Morasha
Party which has two seats in
the Knesset and the Tami
and Ometz parties which
have one each, the poll found.

Supreme Court
To Hear Appeal

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Sup-
reme Court will hear an ap-
peal by Izzat Nafsu, a former
Israel Defense Force officer
serving an 18-year prison
sentence for alleged treason,
to lift all restrictions on the
publication of material re-
lated to his case which would
not harm national security.
It is the second appeal filed
by Nafsu with the high court
and will be heard on May 10,
Justice Meir Shamgar,
president of the court an-
nounced.

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