Daniel Benlulu

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Daniel Benlulu
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Date of birth (1958-05-06) 6 May 1958 (age 56)
Place of birth Morocco
Year of aliyah 1969
Knessets 16
Faction represented in Knesset
2003–2006 Likud

Daniel Benlulu (Hebrew: דניאל בנלולו‎, born 6 May 1958) is a former Israeli politician who served a member of the Knesset for Likud between 2003 and 2006.

Biography[edit]

Born in Morocco, Benlulu made aliyah to Israel in 1969.

In late 2002 he won 20th place on the Likud list for the January 2003 elections (a spot reserved for candidates from the coastal plain),[1] and entered the Knesset when the party won 38 seats. During his first term as an MK, he chaired the House Committee and the Joint Committee for the Knesset Budget.

For the 2006 elections he was placed 16th on the Likud list,[2] but lost his seat when the party won only 12 mandates.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Police probe Likud members about alleged corruption in primary race The Jerusalem Post, 17 December 2002
  2. ^ Likud elects young MKs to top slots The Jerusalem Post, 12 January 2006

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