Communist Party of Israel

Representatives of Hadash (The Democratic Front for Peace and Equality – Communist Party of Israel), Balad and Ta’al – all of which were a part of the Joint List in the last election – have agreed to run together in the upcoming elections to be held on March 23. Three of the four factions of Joint List – Hadash, Ta’al and Balad – signed an agreement on Thursday morning, February 4, to run together in Israel’s general election for the 24th Knesset, the fourth election in two years, parting ways with the Islamic United Arab List (Ra’am) after a prolonged period of disagreements. The general secretary of Hadash, Mansour Dahamsheh, who participated in the negotiations between the constituent parties said, “There will be no Joint List with four parties. However, the Joint List is continuing without Mansour Abbas, (head of Ra’am) who has chosen the side of the far-right government against…

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Hadash, Balad & Ta’al Will Run Together as a Tripartite Joint List