Yisrael Katz (politician born 1927)

Yisrael Katz (politician born 1927)

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Name = Yisrael Katz


Date of birth = 6 December 1927
Place of birth = Vienna, Austria
Year of Aliyah = 1938
Date of death =
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Gov't roles = Minister of Labor & Social Welfare|

Yisrael Katz ( _he. ישראל כץ, born 6 December 1927) is a former Israeli government minister. Although he was never elected to the Knesset, he served as Minister of Labor and Social Welfare in Menachem Begin's government between 1977 and 1981. He had previously headed the National Insurance Institute between 1968 and 1973 and had run the Kiryat Ye'arim Youth Village between 1954 and 1959.

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