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October 21, 1988 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-21

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27 Parties On
Israeli Ballots

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Central Election Committee
gave its formal approval last
week to 27 party lists that
will compete in the Knesset
elections on Nov. 1. Of the 27
parties now on the ballot, 14
are new ones, seeking
Knesset representation for
the first time.
The fate of a 28th, Rabbi
Meir Kahane's Kach party, is
in the hands of the High
Court of Justice.
The court is hearing argu-
ments on an appeal of the
election committee's recent
decision to disqualify Kach
from running.
Kahane's faction was barred
from the election on grounds
that it is racist and opposed to
the democratic nature of the
state. The High Court opened
hearings Tuesday and was to
resume them Thursday.
The polls predict a close
race between Likud and
Labor.
Israelis vote for parties, not
candidates. Knesset seats are
apportioned to the parties
based on the percentage of
votes each party wins. The
party with the most seats in
the 120-member chamber is
asked by the president to try
to form a governing coalition.
In order to govern, a coalition
must be able to muster a
61-vote majority.

Europe Signs
Agreement With
State Of Israel

Strasbourg, France (JTA) —
The Parliament of Europe
voted overwhelmingly last
week to approve three
economic agreements with
Israel it had rejected in
March.
The accords first were
signed by Israel and the
12-nation European Com-
munity in 1987. The financial
agreement was endorsed by a
314-25 vote, with 19 absten-
tions. Ratification requires a
minimum of 260 votes.
This was a major victory for
Israel and reversal of senti-
ment in the 518-member par-
liament, which is the Euro-
pean Community's legislative
body.
The outcome was virtually
assured when Claude Cheys-
son of France, the communi-
ty's commissioner for
Mediterranean policy, sub-
mitted a written statement
that Israel will not hinder
Palestinian agricultural ex-
ports from the West Bank and
Gaza to the European Com-
mon Market.

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