Barak I 1999

# Seats Share L-R
MHH 26 21.7 PM 3.3
Shas 1 17 14.2 7.0
Meretz 2 10 8.3 1.8
YBA 3 6 5.0 6.0
MiHa 6 5.0 6.0
Mafdal 4 5 4.2 8.6
1 Sfarad's guards of the Torah (Shas) ministers resigned on 11 July 2000 in opposition to PM Baraks participation in 2000 Camp David Summit.
2 Energy (Meretz) ministers withdrew on 24 June 2000 in opposition to PM Barak's peace negotiations with the Palestinians.
3 Israel for Immigration (YBA) ministers resigned on 11 July 2000 in opposition to PM Baraks participation in 2000 Camp David Summit.
4 National Religious Party (Mafdal) ministers resigned on 11 July 2000 in opposition to PM Baraks participation in 2000 Camp David Summit.
Description
Cabinet was appointed on 6 July 1999.
Cabinet ended on 24 June 2000 after Energy (Meretz) withdrew from the coalition, followed by Sfarad's guards of the Torah (Shas), National Religious Party (Mafdal) and Israel for Immigration (YBA) on 11 July.
Dates
06 Jul 1999 — Election: 17 May 1999
Seats – type
70 (120) – surplus majority
Sources
Knesset
Reuters
Wikipedia
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