Haberfeld, Haim

(1933-2002)
   Former Labor member of Knesset, he served as chairman of the Histadrut labor federation from 1992 to 1994, when his Labor Party list was defeated by the independent faction headed by former Labor MK Haim Ramon, thereby ending Labor's 74-year control over the Histadrut.

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