Begin Speaks Out On Gahal’s Future

Newspaper: Jewish Herald
posted on:
28 In mar 1967
Democracy , Elections , Political Parties - Exclusion of Herut, Gahal, General Zionists, Herut, Liberal Party, Mapai, Progressive Party. Government , Greater Land of Israel - Greater Israel. Knesset , Opposition , parliamentaraism , referendum , Separation of Powers , Individuals - Ze'ev Jabotinsky
Begin recalls the agreement made two years ago between the two political parties, the Herut Movement and the Israel Liberal Party, which in unison, formed Gahal. He explains that it was not an easy process to attain such an agreement. Since then, there has been some disagreement among members of both parties in which Begin points out. However, Begin assures, in the case that the two parties split up, "Herut would continue to keep to its path in faithful service to the people of Israel who sent to represent it."