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Ministry Of Science, Technology And Space
The Ministry of Science, Technology and Space
Ministry of Science, Technology and Space
is a government ministry in Israel, headed by the Science, Technology and Space Minister. The portfolio has been renamed several times since its creation, and has previously included Culture and Sport, which is now the responsibility of the Culture and Sport Ministry. In April 2013, the Ministry added "Space" to its name to promote space research and technology.[1] The ministry is responsible for defining national policy on issues related to Science and technology in Israel, and promoting scientific and technological research, infrastructure and projects. In addition, under its jurisdiction, it acts to develop human capital, increase the social and economic vigor of Israeli society, and maintain equal opportunity in all areas of science and technology
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Kadima
Kadima
Kadima
(Hebrew: קדימה‬, lit. Forward) was a centrist and liberal[3] political party in Israel. It was established on 24 November 2005 by moderates from Likud
Likud
largely to support the issue of Ariel Sharon's unilateral disengagement plan,[4] and was soon joined by like-minded Labor politicians.[5] With Ehud Olmert
Ehud Olmert
as party chairman following Sharon's stroke, it became the largest party in the Knesset
Knesset
after the 2006 elections, winning 29 of the 120 seats, and led a coalition government. Although Kadima
Kadima
also won the most seats in the 2009 elections under Tzipi Livni's leadership, it became an opposition party for the first time after a Likud-led government was formed. Livni was defeated in the 2012 leadership election, losing out to the more conservative Shaul Mofaz
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Thirty-third Government Of Israel
The thirty-third government of Israel, also known as the third Netanyahu government,[1] was formed after the 22 January 2013 Knesset elections, took office on 18 March 2013, and served until 14 May 2015. The Prime Minister was Benjamin Netanyahu
Benjamin Netanyahu
of Likud; the government was a coalition of Likud, Yisrael Beiteinu, Yesh Atid, The Jewish Home, and Hatnuah.Contents1 Formation 2 Dissolution 3 Cabinet members 4 Cabinet members4.1 Deputy Ministers5 Issues 6 References 7 External linksFormation[edit] Likud
Likud
and Yisrael Beiteinu, which had run a common list in the election, were the largest party in the Knesset, with 31 seats, and formed the government. Hatnuah
Hatnuah
agreed to become part of the government in February.[2] The final coalition agreement between Likud-Beteinu and the other parties was as signed on 15 March.[3] The coalition parties held 68 of the 120 seats in the Knesset
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Shinui
Shinui (Hebrew: שִׁינּוּי‬, lit. Change) was a Zionist, secular, and anti-clerical free market liberal party and political movement in Israel. The party twice became the third-largest in the Knesset, but both occasions were followed by a split and collapse; in 1977, the party won 15 seats as part of the Democratic Movement for Change, but the alliance split in 1978, and Shinui was reduced to two seats at the next elections. In 2003, the party won 15 seats alone, but lost them all three years later after most of its MKs left to form new parties
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One Israel
One Israel
Israel
(Hebrew: ישראל אחת‬, Yisrael Ahat) was an alliance of the Labor Party, Meimad and Gesher created to run for the 1999 Knesset elections. Background[edit] One Israel
Israel
was formed by Labor leader Ehud Barak
Ehud Barak
in the run-up to the 1999 elections with the aim of making Labor appear more centrist and to reduce its secularist and elitist reputation amongst Mizrahi voters (Gesher was led by prominent Mizrahi politician and former Likud
Likud
MK David Levy whilst Meimad is a religious party) modelled on Tony Blair's transformation of the British Labour Party into New Labour.[1] The coalition agreement gave Gesher the number three spot on the list (behind Barak and Shimon Peres), two other safe positions and a promise that Levy would get a ministerial position
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The Jewish Home
The Jewish Home
The Jewish Home
(Hebrew: הַבַּיִת הַיְהוּדִי‬, HaBayit HaYehudi) is an Orthodox Jewish, religious Zionist political party in Israel,[6] formed as the successor party to the National Religious Party. It was originally formed by a merger of the National Religious Party, Moledet, and Tkuma in November 2008
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Yesh Atid
Yesh Atid
Yesh Atid
(Hebrew: יֵשׁ עָתִיד‬, lit
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Geula Cohen
Geulah Cohen (Hebrew: גאולה כהן‬, born 25 December 1925) is former Israeli politician and activist who founded the Tehiya
Tehiya
party. She won the Israel
Israel
Prize in 2003.Contents1 Biography 2 Political career 3 Views and opinions 4 Awards and recognition 5 Published work 6 References 7 External linksBiography[edit] Geulah Cohen was born in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv
to a Mizrahi-Jewish family (from Yemen, Morocco, and Turkey) during the Mandate era. Her family was from the city of Urmia
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Israeli Labor Party
Israeli
Israeli
may refer to:Israelis, citizens or permanent residents of the State of Israel Modern Hebrew, a language Israeli
Israeli
(newspaper), published from 2006 to 2008 Somethin
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Meretz
Meretz
Meretz
(Hebrew: מֶרֶצ‬, lit. "Vigour") is a left-wing, social-democratic,[9] and green[3] political party in Israel. The party was originally formed in 1992 with the union of Ratz, Mapam, and Shinui and was at its peak in the 13th Knesset
Knesset
between 1992 and 1996, during which it held 12 seats
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Tehiya
Tehiya
Tehiya
(Hebrew: תחיה‎, Revival), originally known as Banai (Hebrew: בנא"י, an acronym for Land of Israel
Israel
Loyalists' Alliance (Hebrew: ברית נאמני ארץ ישראל)), then Tehiya-Bnai (Hebrew: תחייה-בנא"י), was an ultranationalist political party in Israel. The party existed from 1979 until 1992
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Alignment (political Party)
The Alignment (Hebrew: המערך‬, translit. HaMa'arakh) is the name of two political alliances in Israel. Each of these Alignment parties later merged into what is now the Israeli Labor Party. The first Alignment was a 1965 alliance of Mapai
Mapai
and Ahdut HaAvoda. The two parties continued to exist independently, but submitted joint electoral lists. Often called the Labor Alignment, the alliance lasted three years until a merger with Rafi in 1968 created the unitary Israeli Labor Party. The following year the Labor Party formed an alliance with Mapam, adopting the Alignment name. The two constituent parties remained separate, but with combined electoral campaigns and candidate lists. The second version of the Alignment lasted for more than two decades. At its formation in 1969, the second Alignment had 63 of 120 Knesset seats, the only time a parliamentary group in Israel
Israel
has ever held a parliamentary majority
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Likud
Majority: Conservatism National liberalism[1][2][3][4] National conservatism[5] Economic liberalism Zionism Historical: Revisionist Zionism[6][7] Liberal conservatism[8]Political position Centre-right to Right-wing[9][10][11][12]European affiliation Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe
Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe
(regional partner)[13]Colours      BlueKnesset30 / 120Election symbolמחל‬Websitewww.likud.org.ilPolitics of Israel Political parties Elections Likud
Likud
(Hebrew: הַלִּיכּוּד‬, translit. HaLikud, lit., The Consolidation), officially, the Likud-National Liberal Movement, is a centre-right to right-wing political party[14][15] in Israel. A secular party,[16] it was founded in 1973 by Menachem Begin
Menachem Begin
and Ariel Sharon in an alliance with several right-wing parties
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Israel
Coordinates: 31°N 35°E / 31°N 35°E / 31; 35State of Israelמְדִינַת יִשְׂרָאֵל (Hebrew) دَوْلَة إِسْرَائِيل (Arabic)FlagEmblemAnthem: "Hatikvah" (Hebrew for "The Hope")(pre-) 1967 border (Green Line)Capital and largest city Jerusalem
Jerusalem
(limited recognition)[fn 1] 31°47′N 35°13′E / 31.783°N 35.217°E / 31.783; 35.217Official languagesHebrew ArabicEthnic groups (2017)74.7% Jewish 20.8% Arab 4.5% other[5]Religion (2016
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Shimon Shetreet
Professor Shimon Shetreet (Hebrew: שמעון שטרית‬, born 1 March 1946) is a former Israeli politician who held several ministerial portfolios between 1992 and 1996. He is currently the Greenblatt Chair of Public and International Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.Contents1 Early life 2 Legal career 3 Political career 4 Academic career 5 References 6 External linksEarly life[edit] Born in Erfoud in Morocco, Shetreet's family made aliyah to Israel in 1949 when he was three years old. He attended a religious elementary school, before studying at a yeshiva, winning the International Bible Contest at the age of 13.[1] He went on to study law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, gaining an LLB in 1968 and LLM in 1970. He then went on to the University of Chicago, where he gained an LLD in 1973.[1] Legal career[edit] Shetreet began working as a clerk to Supreme Court judge Alfred Witkon in 1967, and was admitted to the Bar Association in 1969
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Prime Minister's Office (Israel)
Israeli Prime Minister's Office (Hebrew: משרד ראש הממשלה‎) is the governmental ministration office with the responsibility of coordinating the actions of the work of all governmental ministry offices, on various matters, and serving and assisting the Israeli Prime Minister in his daily work. Among other things, it is responsible for formulating the Israeli cabinet's policy, conducting its cabinet meetings, as well as responsible for the foreign diplomatic relations with countries around the world, and supervising and overseeing the implementation of the Cabinet's policy. In addition, it is in charge of other governmental bodies, which are directly under the Prime Minister responsibilities
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