Pirate Party of Israel

Israeli political party

Pirate Party of Israel
הפיראטים
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Leader 22Ohad Shem-Tov
Noam Kuzar
Dan Birron
Lidia Maletin
FoundedJuly 2012
Split fromAle Yarok
Preceded byHolocaust Survivors and Grown-Up Green Leaf Party
IdeologyPirate politics
E-democracy
Open government
Network neutrality
Environmentalism
Political positionCentre
International affiliationPirate Parties International
Election symbol
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Website
www.piratim.org
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The Pirate Party of Israel or Piratim (Hebrew: הַפִּירָאטִים) is a political party in Israel founded in 2012 by past members of the Holocaust Survivors and Grown-Up Green Leaf Party and Ale Yarok to promote the values of the international Pirate Party movement.[1][2] Party candidates gathered 2,076 votes in the 2013 Knesset elections (0.05%),[3] 895 votes (0.02%)[4] in the 2015 elections and 816 votes (0.02%) in the April 2019 Knesset elections.[5]

Election results

Election Leader Votes % Seats +/– Status
2013 Ohad Shem Tov 2,076 0.05
0 / 120
Steady Extraparliamentary
2015 Ohad Shem Tov 895 0.02
0 / 120
Steady Extraparliamentary
April 2019 Noam Kuzar 819 0.02
0 / 120
Steady Extraparliamentary
September 2019 Noam Kuzar 1,236 0.03
0 / 120
Steady Extraparliamentary
2020 Noam Kuzar 1,473 0.03
0 / 120
Steady Extraparliamentary
2021 Ohad Shem Tov 1,309 0.03
0 / 120
Steady Extraparliamentary

References

  1. ^ "Israel's pirates party registers for Knesset elections". Haaretz. 26 July 2012. Retrieved 1 June 2014.
  2. ^ "Meet Pirate Party for the Knesset" (in Hebrew). Ynet. 5 December 2012. Retrieved 1 June 2014.
  3. ^ "Final official results of the Elections for the Nineteenth Knesset". Israeli Central Elections Committee. 30 January 2013. Retrieved 1 June 2014.
  4. ^ "Final Results of the Elections for the Twentieth Knesset". Israeli Central Elections Committee. Retrieved 24 February 2019.
  5. ^ "ועדת הבחירות המרכזית לכנסת ה-21 | תוצאות ארציות". votes21.bechirot.gov.il. Archived from the original on 11 April 2019. Retrieved 11 April 2019.

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