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Note that the lists of candidates and platforms in this table are in Hebrew.
Menachem Porush, Yaakov Litzman, Moshe Gafni, Avraham Ravitz, Meir Porush
Since the early 1950s, as a matter of principle and expression of ideological conviction, Agudat Israel, Degel HaTorah, or the combined UTJ list refused to take on the position of minister; rather, members of these parties had served only as deputy ministers. This enabled them to maintain that they are not participating in a Zionist government and to avoid sharing responsibility for policies with which they do not agree. The joint list has participated in five governments: In the first Netanyahu government in the 14th Knesset, United Torah Judaism held the portfolio of Deputy Minister of Housing. In the 15th Knesset, UTJ was briefly a member of Ehud Barak's coalition, but refused to hold a position in the government at the instruction of the Council of Torah Sages. In the government formed by the Likud in the 16th Knesset, members of United Torah Judaism served as Deputy Minister of Welfare and Deputy Minister of Transportation. In the second Netanyahu government in the 18th Knesset, UTJ representative Yaakov Litzman served as Deputy Minister of Health.
Despite being Deputy Minister he effectively enjoyed the powers of a full minister Litzman was reappointed to that position in Neatanyahu's fourth government. Following a ruling by the High Court of Justice, annuling the arrangement of Deputy Minister holding powers of a full Minister, Litzman was appointed as the Minister of Health in September 2015. This was the first time a representative of Agudat Israel took the position of a minister since the early 1950s. However, in November 2017 Litzman resigned and was reappointed as a Deputy Minister.