List of members of the nineteenth Knesset

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The members of the 19th Knesset were elected on 22 January 2013 and sworn in on 5 February.[1]

Members of the Knesset[edit]

Party Name
Yesh Atid (19) Yair Lapid
Shai Piron
Yael German
Meir Cohen
Ya'akov Peri
Ofer Shelah
Aliza Lavie
Yoel Razvozov
Adi Koll
Karin Elharar
Mickey Levy
Shimon Solomon
Ruth Calderon
Pnina Tamano-Shata
Rina Frenkel
Yifat Kariv
Dov Lipman
Boaz Toporovsky
Ronen Hoffman
Likud (18) Benjamin Netanyahu
Gilad Erdan
Silvan Shalom
Yisrael Katz
Danny Danon
Moshe Ya'alon
Ze'ev Elkin
Tzipi Hotovely
Yariv Levin
Yuli-Yoel Edelstein
Haim Katz
Miri Regev
Moshe Feiglin
Yuval Steinitz
Tzachi Hanegbi
Limor Livnat
Ofir Akunis
Gila Gamliel
Labor Party (15) Shelly Yachimovich
Isaac Herzog
Eitan Cabel
Merav Michaeli
Yehiel Bar
Omer Bar-Lev
Stav Shaffir
Avishay Braverman
Erel Margalit
Itzik Shmuli
Mickey Rosenthal
Michal Biran
Nachman Shai
Moshe Mizrahi
Raleb Majadele
Yisrael Beiteinu (13) Avigdor Lieberman
Yair Shamir
Uzi Landau
Sofa Landver
Yitzhak Aharonovich
Orly Levy
Faina Kirschenbaum
David Rotem
Robert Ilatov
Hamad Amar
Shimon Ohayon
Alex Miller
Leon Litinetski
The Jewish Home (12) Naftali Bennett
Uri Ariel
Nissan Slomiansky
Eli Ben-Dahan
Ayelet Shaked
Zvulun Kalfa
Avi Vartzman
Moti Yogev
Orit Strook
Yoni Chetboun
Shuli Mualem
Hillel Horowitz
Shas (11) Eli Yishai
Yitzhak Cohen
Meshulam Nahari
Amnon Cohen
Ya'akov Margi
David Azulai
Yitzhak Vaknin
Nissim Ze'ev
Avraham Michaeli
Yoav Ben-Tzur
Lior Edri
United Torah Judaism (7) Yaakov Litzman
Moshe Gafni
Meir Porush
Uri Maklev
Eliezer Moses
Yisrael Eichler
Ya'akov Asher
Hatnuah (6) Tzipi Livni
Amram Mitzna
Amir Peretz
Elazar Stern
Meir Sheetrit
David Tzur
Meretz (6) Zehava Gal-On
Ilan Gilon
Nitzan Horowitz
Michal Rozin
Issawi Frej
Tamar Zandberg
Hadash (4) Mohammad Barakeh
Hana Sweid
Dov Khenin
Afu Agbaria
United Arab List (3) Ibrahim Sarsur
Masud Ghnaim
Taleb Abu Arar
Balad (3) Jamal Zahalka
Haneen Zoabi
Basel Ghattas
Kadima (2) Shaul Mofaz
Yuval Zellner
Ta'al (1) Ahmad Tibi

Replacements[edit]

Date Replacement Party Replacing Notes
10 June 2014 Carmel Shama Likud Reuven Rivlin Rivlin was elected President
22 June 2014 Yoav Ben-Tzur Shas Ariel Atias Atias resigned from the Knesset to take a break from politics
6 August 2014 Alex Miller Yisrael Beiteinu Carmel Shama Shama resigned after being appointed Israel's envoy to the OECD
5 November 2014 Leon Litinetski Yisrael Beiteinu Gideon Sa'ar Sa'ar resigned from the Knesset to take a break from politics
14 December 2014 Raleb Majadele Labor Party Binyamin Ben-Eliezer Ben-Eliezer resigned for health reasons
18 December 2014 Yuval Zellner Kadima Yisrael Hasson Hasson resigned after being appointed Chairman of the Israel Antiquities Authority
1 January 2015 Lior Edri Shas Aryeh Deri Deri resigned following the release of video footage in which Rabbi Ovadia Yosef verbally attacked him[2]
16 February 2015 Hillel Horowitz The Jewish Home Uri Orbach Orbach died on February 16, 2015
Source: Knesset website

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Talab Abu Arar: Knesset Activities Knesset website
  2. ^ Ettinger, Yair (29 December 2014). "After split with Shas, Yishai releases 'doomsday weapon' tape on Deri". Haaretz. Retrieved 2015-03-17. 

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