Who is the left wing party in Israel?

What is the liberal party in Israel?

Israeli Liberal Party

Israeli Liberal Party המפלגה הליברלית הישראלית‎
Ideology Liberalism (Israel)
Political position Centre to centre-right
National affiliation Gahal (1965−1973) Likud (1973−1988)
International affiliation Liberal International

How many parties are there in Israel?

As a result, while only four parties (or their antecedents) have ever led governments, all Israeli governments as of 2021 have been coalitions comprising two or more parties.

Who is the head of Meretz?

Nitzan Horowitz (Hebrew: נִצָּן הוֹרוֹבִיץ‎; born 24 February 1965) is an Israeli politician and former journalist serving as Minister of Health since 2021. He is currently leader of Meretz.

What does Yamina Party believe?


Yamina ימינה‎
Ideology Zionism National conservatism Economic liberalism Factions: Religious Zionism Secularism
Political position Right-wing to far-right
Member parties New Right Former: The Jewish Home (until 2020) National Union (until 2021)

Which party is ruling Israel?


Likud הליכוד‎
Founder Menachem Begin
Founded 1973 (alliance) 1988 (unified party)
Merger of Gahal (Herut and Liberal Party), Free Centre, National List and Movement for Greater Israel
Headquarters Metzudat Ze’ev 38 King George Street Tel Aviv, Israel

Who is the PM of Israel?

Which religion is followed in Israel?

As of 2018, the vast majority of Israelis identify as Jewish (74.3%), followed by Muslim (17.8%), Christian (1.9%), Druze (1.6%) and some other religion (4.4%). Israel is the only country where the majority of the population identify as Jewish. Approximately 41% of the global Jewish population reside in Israel.

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Is Naftali Bennett Republican?

What party is Netanyahu?

What did the New Right want?

It is a philosophy which tends to advocate a free market economy, increased deregulation, privatisation, lower direct taxation and higher indirect taxation, and a reduction of the size of the welfare state.

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