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New Publication: 2013 Israeli Elections and the Consequencs for the Palestinian Arab Minority in Israel

 

Last Update: 21/1/2013  First publish:7/1/2013

We invite you to read our new publication entitled, "The 2013 Israeli Elections and the Consequences for the Palestinian Arab Minority in Israel." This document covers events during the previous 18th Knesset, gives predictions for the composition of the 19th Knesset, and discusses how a more extreme right-wing government will affect the Palestinian Arab minority in Israel.

Key chapters:

1. Injustice and Racism Promoted by the Most Powerful Israeli Political Parties
A. Ideology and Practice Towards Palestinian Society and the Peace Process
B. Discriminatory Legislation
C. De-legitimization and Incitement Against Palestinian Arab MKs
D. Tradition of Banning Palestinian Arab Political Parties

2. Trends in Palestinian Arab Voting
A. Historical Overview
B. Analysis of Declining Political Participation of Palestinian Arab Citizens in Israel

3. Overview and Predictions of 2013 Elections
A. Netanyahu's Decision to Call Early Elections
B. The Majority
C. The Opposition

4. Consequences
A. Analysis of the Election Predictions for the Palestinian Arab Community in Israel
B. 2013 Watchlist

The document also includes a list of Palestinian Arab citizens running for seats in the upcoming 19th Knesset, as well as the most recent data on Voting Preferences and Voter Participation in Knesset Elections for the Palestinian Arab minority.

Please click on the link below to view the publication:
http://www.mossawacenter.org/madmin/../my_Documents/pic001/2013_Israeli_Elections.pdf


 
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