A centrist political party in Israel.
Origin: From קדימה.
Kadima is a centrist and liberal political party in Israel. It was established on 24 November 2005 by moderates from Likud largely to support the issue of Ariel Sharon's unilateral disengagement plan, and was soon joined by like-minded Labor politicians. With Ehud Olmert as party chairman following Sharon's stroke, it became the largest party in the Knesset after the 2006 elections, winning 29 of the 120 seats, and led a coalition government. Although Kadima also won the most seats in the 2009 elections under Tzipi Livni's leadership, it became an opposition party for the first time after a Likud-led government was formed. In the 2013 elections it became the smallest party in the Knesset, winning only 2 seats and barely passing the electoral threshold.
The numerical value of Kadima in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of Kadima in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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