Many objectives demand priority, as the Prime Minister Elect is
building a new government coalition.
- Enacting a constitution
- Strengthening the courts
- Instituting education for democracy
- Breaking religious coercion
- Redistributing national resources justly
- Cleaning up the political system
All these are indeed praiseworthy aims. But all of them are
insignificant compared to the one outstanding national aim: PEACE.
There exists now a historical opportunity to achieve within a
year peace agreements with Palestine, Syria and Lebanon. To put an end
to the hundred-years-old conflict. To save the lives of hundreds and
thousands. To stop those, on both sides, who work untiringly to make
This is the one task that comes before all others. The composition of
the new coalition must provide the force necessary for its
implementation – in the government, in the Knesset, in the national
referendum and on the ground.
Gush Shalom, Ha’aretz, June, 1999
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