A problem in the heart of Meretz
How can it be that a party that waves the banners of human rights, equality and pluralism is sending to the Knesset only people from a hegemonic class?
Meretz has doubled its strength by winning six seats in the election. The party has an energetic parliamentary record; it's the party that works for human rights, against the occupation, for social justice (even before this became a slogan) and for gender equality. It's headed by a woman who's a gifted politician and has clean hands. What more could we ask for?