- Mekhora (political party)
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
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.
- Mekhora Knesset website
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