Parliamentary Groups
 


Arab Movement for Renewal (Ta-al)

Description:

Arab Movement for Renewal began as a single-member parliamentary group that was formed by MK Ahmad Tibi in the course of the Fifteenth Knesset after he left the National Democratic Assembly (Balad). In the elections for the Sixteenth Knesset, the Arab Movement for Renewal ran in a joint list with Hadash, but toward the end of the Sixteenth Knesset, it split and became once again a single-member parliamentary group. In the elections for the Seventeenth Knesset, it ran in a joint list together with the United Arab List.


The Knessets in Which it Served:

15
07/06/1999
17/02/2003
Knesset Members:   Ahmad Tibi  
16
17/02/2003
17/04/2006
Knesset Members:   Ahmad Tibi  
Color Key:
Black: A Member of the Knesset who was a member of the parliamentary group throughout the groupís existence in that Knesset
Blue: A Member of the Knesset who left the parliamentary group, resigned from the Knesset or passed away
Green: A Member of the Knesset who joined a parliamentary group and remained in it until the end of the groupís existence in that Knesset
Orange: A Member of the Knesset who joined a parliamentary group and then left it in the course of the Knessetís term
Purple: A Member of the Knesset who left a parliamentary group, and returned to it in the course of the Knessetís term




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