New Way (Israel)

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New Way
דרך חדשה
Leader Dalia Rabin-Pelossof
Founded 6 March 2001
Dissolved 7 May 2001
Split from Centre Party
Merged into One Israel
Most MKs 3 (2001)
Fewest MKs 1 (2001)

The New Way (Hebrew: דרך חדשה‎‎, Derekh Hadasha) was a short-lived political faction in Israel in 2001.


The faction was formed on 6 March 2001 when three MKs, Amnon Lipkin-Shahak, Dalia Rabin-Pelossof and Uri Savir, broke away from the Centre Party.

Two days after the party's formation Lipkin-Shahak and Savir resigned from the Knesset, and were replaced by new Centre Party MKs David Magen and Nehama Ronen.[1] With Rabin-Pelossof as its only member, New Way carried on as a single-member group for a short time, before she joined the Labor Party faction of Ehud Barak's One Israel on 7 May 2001 and the group was dissolved.


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