This episode looks at some of the developments in Israel over the last week – including a horrific homophobic ad – and also shines a spotlight on representation of women in the Knesset.
In the next few days parties have to submit their candidate lists, which means we'll finally get to see which parties will merge and who'll be serving in the next parliament – so stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter pages to keep up to date.
Since we recorded this, Tzipi Livni announced she won't be standing in this year's election. You can read more at the Times of Israel.
- Yesh Atid wants more clarity from Gantz if merger to go ahead – Times of Israel
- Labor union head said set for high spot on Gantz’s Knesset slate – Times of Israel
- Yachad party’s Eli Yishai fails to condemn anti-gay campaign by followers – Times of Israel
- With huge turnout in first primary, Meretz voters pick veteran MKs for top spots – Times of Israel
- Labor Primary: Three Women Make It to Top 5 as Party Seeks Revival – Haaretz
- Kan Poll – KnessetJeremy.com
- Women in national parliaments – International Parliamentary Union
- Court rules ultra-Orthodox party must end ban on women within 21 days – Times of Israel
- Gantz's Party Looking to Diversify Slate, Which Has No Women or non-European Jews – Haaretz