Note that the candidates and platforms in this table are in Hebrew.
Menachem Begin, Yosef Sapir
On the eve of the Six Day War, Gahal was invited to join the Eshkol government, and was given two ministerial positions: Menachem Begin and Yosef Sapir were appointed as ministers without portfolio. They continued to serve in as ministers in the government of Golda Meir, which was established in early 1969 following the death of Prime Minister Eshkol. After the elections for the Seventh Knesset, Gahal’s representation in the government increased to six ministers: Menachem Begin and Arieh Dulchin served as ministers without portfolio, Yosef Sapir was appointed Minister of Commerce and Industry, Ezer Weizmann served as Minister of Transportation, Chaim Landau was appointed Minister of Development, and Elimelech Rimalt served as Minister of the Postal Services. All six resigned from the government in the summer of 1970 because of political differences with Prime Minister Golda Meir.