First openly gay right-wing MK

Likud’s first openly gay lawmaker to be sworn in following Silvan Shalom’s resignation – Haaretz 21.12.15
Amir Ohana (Likud), who replaces Silvan Shalom, will be the first openly gay individual from a right-wing party to serve in the Knesset. Previously, Israel has had three openly gay individuals serve – Uzi Even and Nitzan Horowitz of Meretz and Itzik Shmuli of Zionist Union.
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