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March 09, 1990 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-09

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Jerusalem — A showdown
has been set up for a cabinet
meeting March 11 after the
Labor Party, in a rare show
of unity, demanded that the
cabinet accept the American
plan for peace talks with Pa-
lestinians — or risk bringing
down the coalition govern-
ment.
Labor party leader Shimon
Peres, and his chief rival
within the party, Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin, an-
nounced that Labor rejects
the new conditions set by
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir. Those conditions
called for Labor to join in op-
posing participation of East
Jerusalem residents in the
proposed elections and to
agree to walk out of negotia-
tions at the first indication
of involvement — even in-
direct — by the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
"We do not intend to get
into negotiations with
Likud," said Peres, who
called Likud's latest condi-
tions the ultimate
"chutzpah."
Labor leaders have been
meeting with smaller par-
ties about the prospects of
forming a coalition without
Likud if the current unity
government collapses.
The United States is try-
ing to arrange an Israel-
Palestinian dialogue in
Cairo to devise plans for Pa-

"We do not intend
to get into
negotiations with
Likud."
Shimon Peres.

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West Bank and Gaza. It has
encountered resistance from
Shamir and his Likud bloc
over which group of Palesti-
nians Israel will negotiate
with. The pressure is on
Israel to move forward, par-
ticularly after Secretary of
State James Baker indicated
that his patience has grown
thin.
Peres had been urging
Labor to break with Likud
and try to form an alter-
native government with the
religious and leftist parties.
Rabin had argued against
haste, contending that the
unity government is still the

best bet for peace. But the
very fact that Peres and
Rabin announced their
preparedness to see the
government fall indicates
their confidence in being
able to form a government
without Likud.
If the Labor ministers vote

Shimon Peres:
Wants a vote.

in the cabinet meeting to
withdraw, the party's Cen-
tral Bureau of more than
100 leaders will be asked to
vote on the question. Then,
Labor's Central Committee
of about 3,000 members
would formalize the deci-
sion, which in turn would
begin the process of calling
for new national elections.
All Labor leaders favor let-
ting East Jerusalem Pales-
tinians vote, as long as the
physical act of casting the
ballot is done outside the
city limits of Jerusalem.
Some in Labor, including
Peres, favor allowing
residents of East Jerusalem
to run in elections as well.
But anything to do with
Jerusalem's status as
Israel's united, eternal capi-
tal carries tremendous emo-
tional weight in Israel.
As the left and right ap-
pear to become more
polarized in Israel, two mass
rallies were planned by
members of the Likud Cen-
tral Committee for next
week. One is being organiz-
ed by supporters of Shamir's
peace diplomacy and an-
other by hard-liners who
believe Ariel Sharon's warn-
ing that any dialogue with
the Palestinians would
result eventually in a Pales-
tinian state.

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