Am Ehad

Am Echad (hebräisch עם אחד – „Eine Nation“) war eine Partei in Israel. Sie war eine stärker sozialistisch orientierte Abspaltung von der Arbeitspartei und wurde von Amir Peretz, dem früheren Vorsitzenden des israelischen Gewerkschaftsbundes Histadrut, geleitet. Bei der Knesset-Wahl 1999 errang Am Echad zwei Mandate, 2003 waren es drei Mandate. Im Jahr 2005 fusionierte Am Echad wieder mit der Arbeitspartei, der Abgeordnete David Tal allerdings gründete seine eigene Fraktion, schloss sich jedoch später Kadima an.

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