Mekhora (political party)


Mekhora (political party)
Mekhora
מכורה
Leader Moshe Peled
Founded 4 March 1999
Dissolved 4 March 1999
Split from Tzomet
Merged into Moledet
Ideology Right-wing
Most MKs 1 (1999)
Fewest MKs 1 (1999)
Politics of Israel
Political parties
Elections

Mekhora (Hebrew: מכורה‎, lit. Homeland) was a short-lived one-man political faction in Israel in the late 1990s.

Background

The faction was formed on 4 March 1999, during the 14th Knesset, when MK Moshe Peled, a Deputy Speaker of the Knesset and Deputy Minister of Education, Culture and Sport, left Tzomet. The faction immediately merged into Moledet.

Peled lost his seat in the 1999 elections, in which Moledet ran as part of the National Union.

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