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January 17, 1992 - Image 58

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Knesset Passes
Budget Bill

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Knesset's adoption of a $50
billion state budget for the
1992 fiscal year ended a
week of what veteran
observers called un-
precedented parliamentary
pandemonium and haggling
among the religious parties
of Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir's coalition govern-
ment.
The measure was adopted
by a comfortable margin of
60-53, with one abstention.
It was two days late accor-
ding to Israeli law, which
requires the state budget to
be in place by midnight Dec.
31.
But its passage rescued
Mr. Shamir's contentious
coalition of right-wing and
religious parties at least
temporarily from dissolu-
tion.
Had the bill failed, Mr.
Shamir would have almost
certainly handed his resig-
nation to President Chaim
Herzog and called for early
elections.
As it turned out, he bought
time in a very literal sense
by promising hundreds of
millions of dollars in public
funds to subsidize the
schools run by constituents
of the religious parties.
The prime minister also
pledged additional hundreds
of millions of dollars for an
accelerated settlement
building and expansion pro-
gram in the administered
territories. This issue has al-
ready gotten Israel into
trouble with Washington
and could seriously jeopar-
dize future U.S. aid for im-
migrant resettlement.
No sooner had the budget
become law when the
Knesset plunged into an-
other divisive debate over an
electoral reform measure
that would provide for the
popular election of the prime
minister by separate ballot
not linked to party lists.
Though Mr. Shamir once
supported the reform bill,
the Likud leader reversed
himself when it apparently
occurred to him that he
might be unseated by a more
charismatic candidate from
the Labor opposition.
Under Mr. Shamir's prod-
ding, the huge Likud Cen-
tral Committee voted almost
unanimously last month to
oppose the reform measure.
The bill was thus doomed,
according to political
observers. But Laborites
professed to be hopeful of a
majority in favor.
Uriel Linn, the Likud

chairman of the Knesset
Law Committee, was ex-
pected to pull the measure
off the floor and into com-
mittee limbo if it showed the
slightest signs of advancing.
Mr. Linn has the power
under the rules, though the
tactic is rarely used and has
earned the opprobrium of
legal academicians and
jurists in recent days.
The entire opposition
walked out of the chamber to
protest what it charged was
Likud filibustering to avoid
a vote on electoral reform.
The result was that many
clauses of the budget bill
were passed with no opposi-
tion members present.
Apart from the unseemly
bickering by the Orthodox
parties over their access to
the public purse, the budget
measure was controversial
on economic grounds.
It has a built-in deficit of
6.2 percent of the gross na-
tional product, which

The prime minister
also pledged
additional
hundreds of
millions of dollars
for an accelerated
settlement
building and
expansion program
in the
territories.

economists say borders on
recklessness. The Treasury
said that massive immigrant
absorption costs necessitate
this policy.
In their final deal, the
three haredi or Orthodox
parties — Shas, Agudat
Yisrael and Degel HaTorah
— withdrew their demand
for a $17 million reserve
fund in the Prime Minister's
Office, to which they would
have recourse should they
feel the ministries and Edu-
cation and Religious Affairs
are short-changing their in-
stitutions.
Both ministries are con-
trolled by the National Re-
ligious Party, which is Or-
thodox, too, but Zionist-
affiliated and a rival for the
allocation of state money.
The NRP had precipitated
the crisis by refusing to sup-
port the budget unless
"special funding" for the
haredi parties was channel-
ed through the appropriate
ministries, instead of
dispersed directly without
accountability.

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