Ministry for Senior Citizens

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The Ministry for Senior Citizens (Hebrew: המשרד לאזרחים ותיקים‎‎, Misrad LeAzrahim Vatikim) is a government ministry in Israel. The ministerial post was created following the coalition agreement between Kadima and Gil (the Pensioners' Party) after the 2006 elections, although the ministry itself was not formed until a vote of approval by the Knesset on 25 July 2007.[1]

List ministers[edit]

# Minister Government Party Term start Term end Notes
1 Rafi Eitan Gil 31 4 May 2006 31 March 2009
2 Benjamin Netanyahu Likud 32 31 March 2009 18 March 2013 Serving Prime Minister
3 Uri Orbach The Jewish Home 33 18 March 2013 16 February 2015 Died in office
3 Gila Gamliel Likud 34 14 May 2015

Deputy ministers[edit]

# Minister Government Party Term start Term end
1 Lea Nass Likud 32 31 March 2009 18 March 2013

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