1984 Israeli legislative election

  • elections for the 11th knesset
    israel
    ← 1981 23 july 1984 1988 →
    turnout78.8%
    party leader % seats ±
    alignment shimon peres 34.9% 44 -3
    likud yitzhak shamir 31.9% 41 -7
    tehiya-tzomet yuval ne'eman 4.0% 5 +2
    mafdal yosef burg 3.5% 4 -2
    hadash meir vilner 3.4% 4 0
    shas yitzhak peretz 3.1% 4 new
    shinui amnon rubinstein 2.7% 3 +1
    ratz shulamit aloni 2.4% 3 +2
    yahad ezer weizman 2.2% 3 new
    plfp mohammed miari 1.8% 2 new
    agudat yisrael avraham yosef shapira 1.7% 2 -2
    morasha haim drukman 1.6% 2 new
    tami aharon abuhatzira 1.5% 1 -2
    kach meir kahane 1.2% 1 +1
    ometz yigal hurvitz 1.2% 1 new
    this lists parties that won seats. see the complete results below.
    prime minister before prime minister after
    yitzhak shamir
    likud
    shimon peres
    alignment

    elections for the eleventh knesset were held in israel on 23 july 1984. voter turnout was 78.8%.[1] the results saw the alignment return to being the largest party in the knesset, a status it had lost in 1977. however, the party could not form a government with any of the smaller parties, resulting in a national unity government with likud, with both party leaders, shimon peres and yitzhak shamir, holding the post of prime minister for two years each.

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Elections for the 11th Knesset
Israel
← 1981 23 July 1984 1988 →
Turnout78.8%
Party Leader % Seats ±
Alignment Shimon Peres 34.9% 44 -3
Likud Yitzhak Shamir 31.9% 41 -7
Tehiya-Tzomet Yuval Ne'eman 4.0% 5 +2
Mafdal Yosef Burg 3.5% 4 -2
Hadash Meir Vilner 3.4% 4 0
Shas Yitzhak Peretz 3.1% 4 New
Shinui Amnon Rubinstein 2.7% 3 +1
Ratz Shulamit Aloni 2.4% 3 +2
Yahad Ezer Weizman 2.2% 3 New
PLFP Mohammed Miari 1.8% 2 New
Agudat Yisrael Avraham Yosef Shapira 1.7% 2 -2
Morasha Haim Drukman 1.6% 2 New
Tami Aharon Abuhatzira 1.5% 1 -2
Kach Meir Kahane 1.2% 1 +1
Ometz Yigal Hurvitz 1.2% 1 New
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Prime Minister before Prime Minister after
Yitzhak Shamir
Likud
Shimon Peres
Alignment

Elections for the eleventh Knesset were held in Israel on 23 July 1984. Voter turnout was 78.8%.[1] The results saw the Alignment return to being the largest party in the Knesset, a status it had lost in 1977. However, the party could not form a government with any of the smaller parties, resulting in a national unity government with Likud, with both party leaders, Shimon Peres and Yitzhak Shamir, holding the post of Prime Minister for two years each.