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Liberal–Economic Power

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Liberal-Economic Power

עוצמה ליברלית-כלכלית
LeaderGilad Alper
Founded2019; 4 years ago (2019)
Split fromZehut
Economic liberalism
Political positionRight-wing
Colours     Yellow      Purple
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Election symbol

The Liberal-Economic Power Party, originally referred to as the New Liberal Party, is a libertarian political party in Israel, established in 2019 by former members of Zehut, including Gilad Alper, Libby Molad, Boaz Arad, Yaron Lerman, and Rafael Minnes.[1]


The former members of Zehut came out in support of Yamina and the New Right following Zehut leader Moshe Feiglin's decision to withdraw from the September 2019 Israeli legislative election, noting that they and Yamina shared similar views on "liberalism, a free economy and individual liberty." [2]

Members of the party had in talks with New Right leader Naftali Bennett to discuss a potential alliance for the 2020 Israeli legislative election[1], though a source has indicated the party would been given one realistic slot on the New Rights' electoral list.[3] However, the New Right ultimately rejoined the Yamina alliance when it reformed on 15 January 2020.[4] Talks between the two parties eventually stalled and the Liberal-Economic Power party ran separately from the newly revived Yamina alliance.

Election results[edit]

Election year Party Leader # of overall votes % of overall vote # of overall seats
+/- Gov?
2020 Gilad Alper 3,739 0.08
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  1. 1.0 1.1 Staff writer (1 January 2020). "Bennett eyes alliance with former Zehut activists". Arutz Sheva. Retrieved 1 January 2020.
  2. Hezki Baruch (15 September 2019). "Zehut leaders express support for Yamina". Arutz Sheva. Retrieved 1 January 2020.
  3. Jeremy Sharon (1 January 2020). "New Right courting former Zehut candidates to add to electoral list". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 1 January 2020.
  4. Staff writer (15 January 2020). "Bennett, Peretz, Smotrich agree to joint run without Ben Gvir". Arutz Sheva. Retrieved 21 January 2020.

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