Newspaper: Jewish Herald
posted on:
16 In jan 1973
Political Parties - Achdut Ha'avoda, Gahal, Liberal Party, Mapam. Underground - British Mandate. Democracy , Education - Education System. Elections , Economy - Free Market, Privatization. Security - Fundamentals of Israeli Security. Government , Israeli-Palestinian Conflict - Jewish Majority, Partition Plan. Knesset , Opposition , Diaspora - Selective Aliyah. Ideologies - Socialism. Foreign Policy - UN
Begin shares the issues he finds important regarding Israel's upcoming electorate. He first addresses that elections on the basis of constituencies would ensure the Labor Party the majority of seats in the Knesset. Begin explains that some small parties voted in agreement for the constituent system because it would lead to greater legislative efficiency. However, unlike these parties, Gahal did not commit suicide. Then Begin speaks about the multiple debates Gahal initiated in the Knesset. After that, Begin speaks about the invalid argument that if Israel is not partitioned, it will become a bi-national State. He concludes that depending on which party Israel votes for, they will be choosing a socialistic regime (Labor Party) or a free society (Gahal).