The choice facing Tel Aviv voters
Nitzan Horowitz seems to be the right person to stand at the head of Tel Aviv’s post-political left, but Meretz should be working with the Mizrahi candidate, Aharon Meduel.
In the Tel Aviv mayoral election in November 1993, Police Minister Ronny Milo ran for the Likud against Avigdor Kahalani of the Labor Party. The sensation was Meretz: The relatively large left-wing party decided to join up with Milo on the "I'm a Tel Avivian" (Ani Tel Avivi) slate. If you will, it was the beginning of the post-political era, which ended with the burst bubble of...
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