Party lists for the September 2019 Israeli legislative election

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The September 2019 Israeli legislative election will be held using closed list proportional representation. Each party will present a list of candidates to the Central Elections Committee prior to the election.

Blue and White[edit]

The Blue and White list is headed by Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid; the list (up to the 30th slot) remains the same as in the April election.[1][2]

  1. Benny Gantz (Israel Resilience)
  2. Yair Lapid (Yesh Atid)
  3. Moshe Ya'alon (Telem)
  4. Gabi Ashkenazi (Israel Resilience)
  5. Avi Nissenkorn (Israel Resilience)
  6. Meir Cohen (Yesh Atid)
  7. Miki Haimovich (Israel Resilience)
  8. Ofer Shelah (Yesh Atid)
  9. Yoaz Hendel (Telem)
  10. Orna Barbivai (Yesh Atid)
  11. Michael Biton (Israel Resilience)
  12. Hili Tropper (Israel Resilience)
  13. Yael German (Yesh Atid)
  14. Zvi Hauser (Telem)
  15. Orit Farkash-Hacohen (Israel Resilience)
  16. Karin Elharar (Yesh Atid)
  17. Meirav Cohen (Israel Resilience)
  18. Yoel Razvozov (Yesh Atid)
  19. Asaf Zamir (Israel Resilience)
  20. Yizhar Shai (Israel Resilience)
  21. Elazar Stern (Yesh Atid)
  22. Mickey Levy (Yesh Atid)
  23. Omer Yankelevich (Israel Resilience)
  24. Pnina Tamano-Shata (Yesh Atid)
  25. Gadeer Mreeh (Israel Resilience)
  26. Ram Ben Barak (Yesh Atid)
  27. Alon Shuster (Israel Resilience
  28. Yoav Segalovich (Yesh Atid)
  29. Ram Shefa (Israel Resilience)
  30. Boaz Toporovsky (Yesh Atid)
  31. Orly Fruman (Telem)
  32. Eitan Ginzburg (Israel Resilience)
  33. Gadi Yevarkan (Telem)
  34. Idan Roll (Yesh Atid)
  35. Yorai Lahav-Hertzano (Yesh Atid)
  36. Moshe Matalon (Telem)

Democratic Union[edit]

The Democratic Union list is headed by Nitzan Horowitz.[3]

  1. Nitzan Horowitz (Meretz)
  2. Stav Shaffir (Green Movement)
  3. Yair Golan (Israel Democratic Party)
  4. Tamar Zandberg (Meretz)
  5. Ilan Gilon (Meretz)
  6. Issawi Frej (Meretz)
  7. Yifat Bitton (Israel Democratic Party)
  8. Yael Cohen Paran (Green Movement)
  9. Noa Rotman (Israel Democratic Party)
  10. Ehud Barak (Israel Democratic Party)
  11. Gilad Kariv (Green Movement)
  12. Mossi Raz (Meretz)
  13. Michal Rozin (Meretz)
  14. Yaya Fink (Green Movement)
  15. Smadar Shmueli (Meretz)

Joint List[edit]

The Joint List is headed by Ayman Odeh.[4]

  1. Ayman Odeh (Hadash)
  2. Mtanes Shehadeh (Balad)
  3. Ahmad Tibi (Ta'al)
  4. Mansour Abbas (United Arab List)
  5. Aida Touma-Suleiman (Hadash)
  6. Walid Taha (United Arab List)
  7. Ofer Cassif (Hadash)
  8. Heba Yazbak (Balad)
  9. Osama Saadi (Ta'al)
  10. Yousef Jabareen (Hadash)
  11. Said al-Harumi (United Arab List)
  12. Jabr Asakala (Hadash)
  13. Sami Abu Shehadeh (Balad)
  14. Sondos Saleh (Ta'al)
  15. Iman Khatib (United Arab List)

Labor-Gesher[edit]

The Labor-Gesher list is headed by Amir Peretz.[5][6]

  1. Amir Peretz (Labor)
  2. Orly Levy (Gesher)
  3. Itzik Shmuli (Labor)
  4. Merav Michaeli (Labor)
  5. Omer Bar-Lev (Labor)
  6. Revital Swid (Labor)
  7. Hagai Reznik (Gesher)
  8. Eran Hermoni (Labor)
  9. Saleh Saad (Labor)
  10. Carmen Elmakiyes (Gesher)

Likud[edit]

The Likud list is headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.[7]

Otzma Yehudit[edit]

The Otzma Yehudit list is headed by Itamar Ben-Gvir.[8][9] Baruch Marzel and Ben-Zion Gopstein were barred from running on 25 August 2019 by the Supreme Court of Israel.[10]

  1. Itamar Ben-Gvir
  2. Adva Biton
  3. Yitzhak Vaserlof
  4. David Cooperschmidt

Shas[edit]

The Shas list is headed by Minister of the Interior Aryeh Deri.[11]

United Torah Judaism[edit]

The United Torah Judaism list represents the Agudat Yisrael and Degel HaTorah parties which have run jointly since 1992. The list is headed by Yaakov Litzman and is identical to the April 2019 list.

  1. Yaakov Litzman (Agudat Yisrael)
  2. Moshe Gafni (Degel HaTorah)
  3. Meir Porush (Agudat Yisrael)
  4. Uri Maklev (Degel HaTorah)
  5. Ya'akov Tessler (Agudat Yisrael)
  6. Ya'akov Asher (Degel HaTorah)
  7. Yisrael Eichler (Agudat Yisrael)
  8. Yitzhak Pindros (Degel HaTorah)

Yamina[edit]

The Yamina list is headed by Ayelet Shaked.[12] It is an alliance of the New Right and the Union of the Right-Wing Parties (URWP).

  1. Ayelet Shaked (New Right)
  2. Rafi Peretz (Jewish Home)
  3. Bezalel Smotrich (National Union–Tkuma)
  4. Naftali Bennett (New Right)
  5. Moti Yogev (Jewish Home)
  6. Ofir Sofer (National Union–Tkuma)
  7. Matan Kahana (New Right)
  8. Idit Silman (Jewish Home)
  9. Roni Sasover (New Right)
  10. Orit Strook (National Union–Tkuma)
  11. Shai Maimon (New Right)}
  12. Shuli Mualem (New Right)
  13. Eli Ben-Dahan (Jewish Home)

Yisrael Beitenu[edit]

The Yisrael Beitenu list is headed by Avigdor Lieberman.[13]

  1. Avigdor Lieberman
  2. Oded Forer
  3. Evgeny Sova
  4. Eli Avidar
  5. Yulia Malinovsky
  6. Hamad Amar
  7. Alex Kushner
  8. Mark Efremov
  9. Limor Magen Telem
  10. Alina Berdach-Yalov

Zehut (withdrawn)[edit]

The Zehut list was headed by Moshe Feiglin,[14] though Feiglin announced on 29 August that it would pull out of the race in return for a ministerial position and a push for the legalization of medical cannabis, pending a ratification of the agreement by Zehut members,[15] which was approved on 1 September.[16] On 3 September, the entire Zehut list withdrew from the elections, effectively eliminating the party's candidacy.[citation needed]

  1. Moshe Feiglin
  2. Gilad Alper
  3. Ronit Dror
  4. Arkady Muter

Minor parties[edit]

Minor parties in the order in which they registered with the Central Elections Committee.[1]

  • The Da'am: Green Economy – One State (דעם - כלכלה ירוקה מדינה אחת)
  • Social Leadership (מנהיגות חברתית)
  • Economic Power (עוצמה כלכלית קולם של העסקים בישראל)
  • Zechuyoteinu Bekoleinu ("Our Rights Are in Our Vote/Voice") (זכויותנו בקולנו - לחיים בכבוד)
  • Uncorrupted Red White (אדום לבן - לגליזציה לקנביס, שוויון לאתיופים, ערבים ומקופחים)
  • Pirate Party (הפיראטים - כי כולנו באותה סירה והכל אותו שייט)
  • Mitkademet (מתקדמת)
  • The Gush Hatanachi (Bible Bloc) (מפלגת הגוש התנ"כי)
  • Justice, headed by Avi Yalou (צדק בראשות אבי ילאו)
  • Kama (קמ"ה - קידום מעמד הפרט)
  • Kavod HaAdam (כבוד האדם)
  • Respect and Equality (כבוד ושוויון)
  • Democracy Party (מפלגת הדמוקראטורה)
  • Noam (נעם - עם נורמלי בארצנו)
  • Israel Brothers for Social Justice (כל ישראל אחים לשוויון חברתי)
  • Seder Hadash (סדר חדש - לשינוי שיטת הבחירות)
  • Popular Unity (האחדות העממית - אלוחדה אלשעביה בראשות פרופ' אסעד גאנם)
  • Tzomet (צומת - התיישבות וחקלאות)
  • Liberal Christian Movement (התנועה הנוצרית הליברלית)
  • Secular Right (רון קובי - הימין החילוני נלחמים בכפייה החרדית)
  • Tzafon (צפון)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Staff writer (2 August 2019). "32 parties register electoral slates for September vote, down from 47 last time". The Times of Israel. Retrieved 12 August 2019.
  2. ^ Blue and White Central Elections Committee
  3. ^ Meretz Central Elections Committee
  4. ^ Joint List Central Elections Committee
  5. ^ "All the Candidates Running in Israel's September Do-over Election". Haaretz. 2 August 2019. Retrieved 29 August 2019.
  6. ^ "Labor approves Peretz's request for spot reserved for candidate of his choice". The Times of Israel. 29 July 2019. Retrieved 29 July 2019.
  7. ^ Likud Central Elections Committee
  8. ^ Otzma Yehudit Central Elections Committee
  9. ^ David Rosenberg (1 August 2019). "It's final - Otzma Yehudit is running alone". Arutz Sheva. Retrieved 1 August 2019.
  10. ^ Revital Hovel (25 August 2019). "Israel's Top Court Bars Leaders of Kahanist Party From Running for Knesset". Haaretz. Retrieved 25 August 2019.
  11. ^ Shas Central Elections Committee
  12. ^ Yamina Central Election Committee
  13. ^ "Announcing Knesset slate, Liberman vows to force unity government". The Times of Israel. 30 July 2019. Retrieved 30 July 2019.
  14. ^ Jeremy Sharon; Stephanie Wasserman (31 July 2019). "Zehut running alone as Feiglin submits its electoral list". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 11 September 2019.
  15. ^ Gil Hoffman (29 August 2019). "Netanyahu promises Feiglin ministry so that Zehut Party ends race". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 11 September 2019.
  16. ^ "Zehut Members Approve Dropout Deal With Likud". Hamodia. 1 September 2019. Retrieved 11 September 2019.