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 Democracy In Action 1999 - Chapter 3
Despite having resigned as party leader after his defeat in the 1996 prime ministerial election, Peres is often seen as obstructing Barak's efforts to impose his personal stamp on the party.
Israel's system of proportional representation and the relatively low threshold for winning seats in the Knesset combine to encourage the participation in elections of a large number of political parties representing a wide array of interests and ideological perspectives.
Shas, the Sephardi Torah Guardians party, was founded on the eve of the 1984 general election as a protest against the perceived under-representation of Orthodox Sephardic Jews in the leadership of the Agduat Israel party.
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