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Note that the lists of candidates and platforms below are in Hebrew.
Shulamit Aloni, Amnon Rubinstein, Yair Tzaban, Yossi Sarid, Yossi Beilin, Chaim Oron, Zahava Gal-On, Tamar Zandberg
Since its establishment, Meretz has been a member of three governments. After the victory of the left-wing bloc in the 1992 elections, Meretz joined the coalition headed by the Labor Party, and three of its members served as ministers in Yitzhak Rabin's government: Amnon Rubinstein, Shulamit Aloni, and Yair Tzaban. Later on, Yossi Sarid also became a member of the government. After the Rabin assassination, the government ministers from Meretz continued to serve in the government of Shimon Peres until the 1996 elections, after which the party moved to the opposition. After Ehud Barak's victory in the 1999 elections, Meretz joined Barak's government. Yossi Sarid served as a minister in that government, as did Chaim Oron and Ran Cohen. Meretz did not last long in the government, and left the coalition due to differences of opinion with Shas. Since 2000, Meretz has not been a member of the coalition.