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As the 1st first Prime Minister of Israel directly elected by the entire adult population, “Bibi” Binyamin Netanyahu has unprecedented powers, but he also faces unprecedented problems. The old method had obvious faults, but many people feel that the disadvantages of the method outweigh its merits .
The Knesset’s winter session opened – as every year – right after Sukkoth, with some pretty heavy business :a political announcement by the Prime Minister, a vote on a motion no-confidence in the Prime Minister and the first reading of the state budget for 1998.
According to Leah Ahdut, head of the Histadrut’s Institute for Social and Economic Research, the present difference between the Histadrut and the government centers around the basic issue of how you view society.
During the revolutionary wave of 1848 in Germany, liberals and nationalists believing that the auspicious moment had arrived to realize their hopes for political unification called an Assembly at Frankfort to prepare a constitution for a federated commonwealth .