Israeli Parliamentary Elections: A Splintering of the Arab Consensus?

    This info pack presents the latest situation concerning Arab political parties in Israel ahead of the March 23 elections.

    Despite an electoral stalemate in Israel since April 2019, elections finally resulted in the formation of a new government in April 2020, however, this government was short-lived with only 7 months in power. For this reason, Israelis consider the upcoming election on March 23 as the fourth election in this current cycle, rather than a distinctly new one. As there is a new reality for the Arab parties and Arab-Israeli representation, the conditions that both engendered the emergence of the Joint List and facilitated its collapse will also be discussed. Finally, both the electoral success of the Joint List when it was founded in 2015 and its future will also be discussed.

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