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PRIME MINISTERS OF ISRAEL

1948-1953         David Ben Gurion
                                   Labour (Resigned – “Psychological strain”)

1953-1955        Moshe Sharett
                            Labour (Resigned for Ben Gurion to return)

1955-1963        David Ben Gurion
                            Labour (Resigned. No reason given.)

1963-1969        Levi Eshkol
                            Labour (Died in office)

1969-1974        Golda Meir
                            Labour (Resigned after Elazar Inquiry into Yom Kippur war)

1974-1977         Yitzchak Rabin
                                    Labour (Resigned over wife’s $2000 US Bank account)

1977                   Shimon Peres
                                    Labour (Caretaker March-May 1977. Then lost election.)

1977-1983          Menachem Begin
                                    Likud (Resigned over Lebanese war and wife’s death.)

1983-1984          Yitzchak Shamir
                                    Likud (No confidence motion over Lebanon.)

1984-1986          Shimon Peres
                                    Labour 
                                    (Election stalemate – Rotation agreement – two years each)

1986-1992          Yitzchak Shamir
                                     Likud (Defeated at election)

1992-1996          Yitzchak Rabin
                              Labour (Assassinated)

1996                     Shimon Peres
                              Labour (Caretaker – Defeated at election.)

1996-1999           Binyamin Netanyahu
                              Likud  (Defeated at election)

1999-2000           Ehud Barak      
                              Labour (Resigned after coalition break-up)

2001-2005           Ariel Sharon
                                      Likud – Kadimah (incapacitated by stroke.)

2006 - 2009                   Ehud Olmert
                                       Kadimah

2009 -                  Binyamin Netanyahu
                              Likud   

 
 

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