List of Likud Knesset Members


List of Likud Knesset Members

List of Likud Knesset Members and the sessions of the Knesset (the Israeli parliament in Jerusalem) in which they served (place on Likud list is given in brackets):

8th Knesset Likud Members (31 December 1973 to 17 May 1977):

Zalman Abramov; Moshe Arens; Yoram Aridor; Yohanan Bader; Yedidia Be'eri; Menachem Begin; Meir Cohen-Avidov; Geula Cohen; Yigal Cohen1; Haim Corfo; Mates Drobles; Leon Dycian; Simha Erlich; Yehezkel Flomin; Pesach Grupper; Benjamin Halevi2; Igael Hurvitz; Avraham Katz; Haim Kaufman; Ben-Zion Keshet; Joseph Kremerman; Haim Landau; David Levy; Tzita Linker4; Amnon Linn; Eitan Livni; Yitzhak Moda'i; Amal Nasereldeen5; Moshe Nissim; Akiva Nof3 5; Ehud Olmert; Gideon Patt; Yitzhak Peretz; Elimelech Rimalt; Hillel Seidel6; Yitzhak Shamir; Ariel Sharon1; Abraham Shechterman; Eliezer Shostak; Zalman Shoval; Yosef Tamir; Shmuel Tamir3 4; Menahem Yedid; Abraham Yoffe

:1 Ariel Sharon left the Knesset on December 23, 1974. He was replaced by Yigal Kohen.:2 Benjamin Hurensohn left Likud on March 18, 1975.:3 They left Likud on October 26, 1976, to create the Free Center faction:4 Shmuel Tamir left the Knesset on 25 January, 1977. He was replaced by Zita Linker.:5 Akiva Nof left the Knesset on 25 January, 1977. He was replaced by Amal Nasereldeen.:6 Joined Likud on February 15, 1977.

9th Knesset Likud Members (17 May 1977 to 30 June 1981):

Moshe Arens; Yoram Aridor; Elyakim Badian; Menachem Begin; Yitzhak Berman; Meir Cohen-Avidov; Yigal Cohen-Orgad; Geula Cohen; Yigal Cohen; Haim Corfo; Michael Dekel; Sarah Doron; Simha Erlich; Yehezkel Flomin; Pesach Grupper; Igael Hurvitz; Itzhak Itzhaky; Moshe Katsav; Avraham Katz; Haim Kaufman; David Levy; Amnon Linn; Eitan Livni; Moshe Meron; Roni Milo; Yitzhak Moda'i; Amal Nasereldeen; Moshe Nissim; Akiva Nof; Ehud Olmert; Gideon Patt; Yitzhak Peretz; Shmuel Rechtman; Yosef Rom; Menachem Savidor; Hillel Seidel; Moshe Shamir; Yitzhak Shamir; Avraham Sharir; Ariel Sharon; Dov Shilansky; Eliezer Shostak; Zalman Shoval; David Stern; Yosef Tamir; Ezer Weizman; Mordechai Zipori

10th Knesset Likud Members (30 June 1981 to 23 July 1984):

Moshe Arens; Yoram Aridor; Menachem Begin; Eliahu Ben Elissar; Yitzhak Berman; Meir Cohen-Avidov; Yigal Cohen-Orgad; Yigal Cohen; Haim Corfo; Michael Dekel; Sarah Doron; Simha Erlich; Miriam Glazer-Taasa; Pinhas Goldstein; Pesach Grupper; Avraham Hirschson; Moshe Katsav; Haim Kaufman; Michael Kleiner; Eliezer Kulas; David Levy; Amnon Linn; Eitan Livni; David Magen; Yaacov Meridor; Ronny Milo; Yitzhak Moda'i; Amal Nasereldeen; Moshe Nissim; Akiva Nof; Ehud Olmert; Gideon Patt; Yehuda Perach; Yitzhak Peretz; Michael Reisser; Zvi Rener; Josef Rom; Menachem Savidor; Isaac Seyger; Benny Shalita; Yitzhak Shamir; Avraham Sharir; Ariel Sharon; Meir Sheetrit; David Shiffman; Dov Shilansky; Eliezer Shostak; Dan Tichon; Ariel Weinstein; Dror Zeigerman; Mordechai Zipori

11th Knesset Likud Members (23 July 1984 to 1 November 1988):

Aharon Abuhatssira; Moshe Arens; Yoram Aridor; Eliahu Ben Elissar; Meir Cohen-Avidov; Yigal Cohen-Orgad; Yigal Cohen; Haim Corfo; Michael Dekel; Sarah Doron; Michael Eitan; Ovadia Eli; Gideon Gadot; Miriam Glazer-Taasa; Pinhas Goldstein; Pesach Grupper; Igael Hurvitz; Moshe Katsav; Haim Kaufman; Eliezer Kulas; Uzi Landau; David Levy; Uriel Lynn; David Magen; Joshua Matza; Dan Meridor; Ronny Milo; Yitzhak Moda'i; David Mor; Amal Nasereldeen; Moshe Nissim; Ehud Olmert; Gideon Patt; Michael Reisser; Isaac Seyger; Benny Shalita; Yaakov Shamay; Yitzhak Shamir; Avraham Sharir; Ariel Sharon; Meir Sheetrit; Dov Shilansky; Eliezer Shostak; Dan Tichon; Ariel Weinstein

12th Knesset Likud Members (1 November 1988 to 23 June 1992):

Aharon Abuhatssira; Shaul Amor; Moshe Arens; Benny Begin; Eliahu Ben Elissar; Yigal Cohen; Haim Corfo; Sarah Doron; Michael Eitan; Ovadia Eli; Gideon Gadot; Yosef Goldberg; Pinhas Goldstein; Pesach Grupper; Efraim Gur; Tzachi Hanegbi; Igael Hurvitz; Moshe Katsav; Haim Kaufman; Michael Kleiner; Uzi Landau; David Levy; Limor Livnat; Uriel Lynn; David Magen; Joshua Matza; Dan Meridor; Ronny Milo; Yitzhak Moda'i; Benjamin Netanyahu; Moshe Nissim; Ehud Olmert; Gideon Patt; Yehuda Perach; Reuven Rivlin; Yehoshua Sagi; Yaakov Shamay; Yitzhak Shamir; Avraham Sharir; Ariel Sharon; Dov Shilansky; Zalman Shoval; Dan Tichon; Ariel Weinstein

13th Knesset Likud Members (23 June 1992 to 29 May 1996):

Yosef Ahimeir; Shaul Amor; Asaad Asaad; Benny Begin; Eliahu Ben Elissar; Naomi Blumenthal; Michael Eitan; Ovadia Eli; Efraim Gur; Tzachi Hanegbi; Avraham Hirschson; Moshe Katsav; Haim Kaufman; Uzi Landau; David Levy; Limor Livnat; David Magen (Monsonego); Joshua Matza; David Mena; Dan Meridor; Ronny Milo; Ron Nachman; Benjamin Netanyahu; Moshe Nissim; Ehud Olmert; Gideon Patt; Michael Ratzon; Silvan Shalom; Yaakov Shamay; Yitzhak Shamir; Ariel Sharon; Meir Sheetrit; Dov Shilansky; Dan Tichon; Ariel Weinstein

14th Knesset Likud Members (29 May 1996 to 17 May 1999):

Shaul Amor; Naomi Blumenthal; Ze'ev Boim; Michael Eitan; Gideon Ezra; Tzachi Hanegbi; Avraham Hirschson; Moshe Katsav; Yisrael Katz; Uzi Landau; Limor Livnat; Joshua Matza; Benjamin Netanyahu; Reuven Rivlin; Silvan Shalom; Ariel Sharon; Meir Sheetrit; Doron Shmueli; Dan Tichon

15th Knesset Likud Members (17 May 1999 to 28 January 2003):

Moshe Arens; Naomi Blumenthal; Ze'ev Boim; Eli Cohen; Michael Eitan; Gideon Ezra; Tzachi Hanegbi; Abraham Hirschson; Ayoob Kara; Moshe Katsav; Yisrael Katz; Uzi Landau; Yechiel Lasry; Limor Livnat; Tzipi Livni; Joshua Matza; Ronny Milo; Dan Naveh; Benjamin Netanyahu; Reuven Rivlin; Silvan Shalom; Ariel Sharon; Meir Sheetrit; Yuval Steinitz

16th Knesset Likud Members (28 January 2003 - 17 April, 2006):

Eli Aflalo; Ruhama Avraham; Ronnie Bar-On; Daniel Benlolo; Naomi Blumenthal; Ze'ev Boim; Yuli Edelstein; Jacob Edery; Michael Eitan; Gilad Erdan; Gideon Ezra; Gila Gamliel; Inbal Gavriely; Michael Gorlovsky; Tzachi Hanegbi1; Yehiel Hazan; Avraham Hirschson; Moshe Kahlon; Ayoob Kara; Haim Katz; Yisrael Katz; Uzi Landau; David Levy; Limor Livnat; Tzipi Livni; David Mena2; Lea Nass; Dan Naveh; Benjamin Netanyahu; Ehud Olmert; Michael Ratzon; Reuven Rivlin; Pnina Rosenblum1; Gideon Sa'ar; Silvan Shalom; Ariel Sharon; Omri Sharon2;; Meir Sheetrit; Yuval Steinitz; Marina Solodkin; Majalli Wahabi; Ehud Yatom

:1 Tzachi Hanegbi resigned from the Knesset on December 10, 2005 and was replaced by Pnina Rosenblum.:2 Omri Sharon resigned from the Knesset on January 5, 2006 and was replaced by David Mena.

17th Knesset Likud Members (17 April, 2006 - )

Yuli-Yoel Edelstein2; Michael Eitan (6); Gilad Erdan (4); Moshe Kahlon (3); Haim Katz1; Yisrael Katz (12); Limor Livnat (10); Dan Naveh (8)2; Binyamin Netanyahu (1); Reuven Rivlin (7); Gideon Sa'ar (5); Silvan Shalom (2); Natan Sharansky (11)1; Yuval Steinitz (9)

:1 Natan Sharansky resigned from the Knesset on November 20, 2006 and was replaced by Haim Katz.:2 Dan Naveh resigned from the Knesset on February 25, 2007 and was replaced by Yuli-Yoel Edelstein


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