HaTzeirim

Political party in Israel
HaTzeirim
הצעירים
Leader 22Eliezer Sandberg
Founded23 March 1999
Dissolved29 March 1999
Split fromCentre Party
Merged intoShinui
Most MKs1 (1999)
Fewest MKs1 (1999)

HaTzeirim (Hebrew: הצעירים, lit The Youth) was a short-lived political faction in Israel in the late 1990s.

Background

The faction was formed on 23 March 1999, during the 14th Knesset, when Centre Party MK Eliezer Sandberg broke away from his party and established a single-member parliamentary group.

However, the faction was short-lived, as a week after its creation, Sandberg joined the Shinui group. He was later part of a group that broke away to form Secular Faction and then National Home, which merged into Likud.

External links

  • HaTzeirim Knesset website
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