Israel Green Party

   Environmentalist political party previously led by former Meretz member of the Knesset and one of the founders of Peace Now, Dedi Zucker. The party, according to Zucker, places "equal importance on fighting for human rights, community-based economic enterprises, feminist and gay rights, multiculturalism and the decentralization of government power into more grass-roots movements." It failed to win a seat in the 15th Knesset (1999), the 16th Knesset (2003), or the 17th Knesset (2006).

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