Natural Law Party of Israel

The Natural Law Party of Israel (Hebrew: מפלגת חוק הטבע של ישראל, "Mifleget Hok HaTeva shel Yisrael") is a minor political party in Israel linked to the transnational Natural Law Party.

Elections

In the 1999 elections the Natural Law Party won only 2,924 votes (0.09%), far below the 1.5% electoral threshold required to enter the Knesset.

The party did not run in the 2003 elections or the 2006 elections, and may be defunct as its website has not been updated since 2001.

External links

* [http://www.natural-law-party.org.il/ Official party website (in Hebrew)]


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