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May 21, 1993 - Image 63

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Likud Meets
In Golan Town

Jerusalem (JTA) — Pro-
claiming itself against
Israeli withdrawal from the
Golan Heights, the opposi-
tion Likud party kicked off
its national convention this
week in Katzrin, the Golan's
regional capital.
Party Chairman Benjamin
Netanyahu told Likud dele-
gates that Israel's posture
must be that the Golan was
captured and should not be
returned to Syria as part of
the ongoing peace process.
The chief item on the
agenda of the three-day
meeting is a new constitu-
tion for the party, proposed
by Mr. Netanyahu. Critics of
the proposal say it would
give the chairman un-
precedented powers.
Former Foreign Minister
David Levy, Mr.
Netanyahu's archrival in
the party, boycotted the con-
vention in protest of what he
claimed were Mr.
Netanyahu's efforts to grab
sweeping powers over the
party.
Newly inaugurated Israeli
President Ezer Weizman
opened the conference, say-
ing he had been proud to
serve as a Cabinet minister
under the late Likud leader
Menachem Begin.
Mr. Weizman later,
however, abandoned the
hawkish policies of the
Likud and defected to the
Labor Party.
Mr. Weizman hailed the
Likud party for being the
first to sign a peace treaty
with an Arab country, name-
ly Egypt.

Burial Problem
In Tel Aviv

Jerusalem (JTA) — A shor-
tage of graves in Tel Aviv
has prompted at least one
newspaper here to suggest
that people about to die
delay their fate for as long as
possible.
The shortage is an
outgrowth of the six-week
closure of the administered
territories and the resulting
absence of Palestinian
gravediggers. No Israelis
can be found to do the work.
"Heaven can wait," read
an irreverent headline in the
mass-circulation daily
Yediot Achronot.
But the problem is, in fact,
quite serious. A spokesman
for the burial society said
that one of its contractors
has been working the
ground himself, digging day
and night.

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