Political party in Israel
Tafnit.pngLeader 22Uzi DayanDissolved2008Merged intoLikudIdeologyCentrism
Anti-corruptionPolitical positionCentreElection symbolפ

Tafnit (Hebrew: תפנית Turnaround) was an Israeli political party and a social movement established by the Aluf in reserve Uzi Dayan.


Tafnit was established as a social movement. On 25 December 2005 Dayan announced that the movement would run in the 2006 Knesset elections as an anti-corruption party. However, the party received just 0.6% of the vote, failing to cross the 2% electoral threshold.

Tafnit merged into Likud when Dayan joined the party in mid-2008.[1]


  1. ^ Gil Hoffman (27 July 2008). "Uzi Dayan joins Likud, hails Netanyahu for fight on corruption". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 26 June 2015.

External links

  • Official website
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