Nearing One Million, Are Israel's Elderly a Political Force to Be Reckoned With?

The elderly won't remain silent for long, deputy Knesset speaker says, even though eighty-five percent of the elderly say they are satisfied with their lives.

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There are 63,000 more elderly people in Israel than was predicted a decade ago, with the elderly making up 11.1 percent of the population, the Central Bureau of Statistics said this week.