Yuval Steinitz

Yuval Steinitz (יובל שטייניץ; born 10 April 1958) is Israel's Minister of Energy, in charge of Israel Atomic Energy Commission and a member of the Security Cabinet.wikipedia
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Ministry of Intelligence Services

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He served as Minister of Finance (2009-2013) and as Minister of Intelligence and Strategic Affairs (2013-2015). In the 19th Knesset Steinitz served as Minister for Intelligence, Strategic Affairs and International Relations in the new government.

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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After three years of compulsory military service, he was awarded BA and MA in Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem with honors.

Security Cabinet of Israel

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Yuval Steinitz (יובל שטייניץ; born 10 April 1958) is Israel's Minister of Energy, in charge of Israel Atomic Energy Commission and a member of the Security Cabinet.

Ministry of Finance (Israel)

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He served as Minister of Finance (2009-2013) and as Minister of Intelligence and Strategic Affairs (2013-2015). In November 2009 Steinitz appointed Haim Shani as director general, but he resigned a year and a half later following the 2011 social protests.

Likud

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He is a member of the Knesset from the Likud party.

Ministry of Strategic Affairs

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He served as Minister of Finance (2009-2013) and as Minister of Intelligence and Strategic Affairs (2013-2015). In the 19th Knesset Steinitz served as Minister for Intelligence, Strategic Affairs and International Relations in the new government.

2015 Israeli legislative election

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Steinitz was reelected to 20th Knesset and became Minister of National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Resources in the Thirty-fourth government of Israel.

Ministry of National Infrastructures, Energy and Water Resources

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Yuval Steinitz (יובל שטייניץ; born 10 April 1958) is Israel's Minister of Energy, in charge of Israel Atomic Energy Commission and a member of the Security Cabinet. Steinitz was reelected to 20th Knesset and became Minister of National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Resources in the Thirty-fourth government of Israel.

2011 Israeli social justice protests

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In November 2009 Steinitz appointed Haim Shani as director general, but he resigned a year and a half later following the 2011 social protests.
In addition, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed a team of ministers and senior staff members from his office, headed by Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz, to negotiate with the protest leaders as well as the Trajtenberg Committee.

Danny Danon

Steinitz was Netanyahu's candidate for chairman of the "World Likud" in June 2006, but he lost to MK Danny Danon.
In June 2006, after beating MK Yuval Steinitz, Danon was elected Chairman of the World Likud organization.

Egypt

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Yet, at the same time, he led a parliamentary battle against delivering the Philadelphi Corridor to Egypt, claiming that the Egyptians deliberately ignore Palestinian arms smuggling through the Sinai Peninsula.
According to the former chair of Israel's Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, Yuval Steinitz, the Egyptian Air Force has roughly the same number of modern warplanes as the Israeli Air Force and far more Western tanks, artillery, anti-aircraft batteries and warships than the IDF.

2013 Israeli legislative election

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In the 19th Knesset Steinitz served as Minister for Intelligence, Strategic Affairs and International Relations in the new government.

Philadelphi Route

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Yet, at the same time, he led a parliamentary battle against delivering the Philadelphi Corridor to Egypt, claiming that the Egyptians deliberately ignore Palestinian arms smuggling through the Sinai Peninsula.
This position was advocated by the Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Chairperson, Yuval Steinitz; he was supported by MK Danny Yatom and they jointly filed a petition to the Supreme Court against the Government.

Trajtenberg Committee

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Following the appointment of the "Trajtenberg Committee", Steinitz dealt with implementation of the committee's recommendations.
Afterwards, in mid-September, the committee will make its recommendations to the government's socio-economic cabinet, headed by Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz and composed of 15 ministers.

Emil Grunzweig

He was injured in his leg (the same leg again) during an anti-government rally in Jerusalem in 1983, when a right-wing extremist hurled a hand-grenade into the crowd, killing peace activist Emil Grunzweig.
Nine other protesters were injured, among them future politicians Avraham Burg and Yuval Steinitz.

Thirty-third government of Israel

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In the 19th Knesset Steinitz served as Minister for Intelligence, Strategic Affairs and International Relations in the new government.

Thirty-fourth government of Israel

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Steinitz was reelected to 20th Knesset and became Minister of National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Resources in the Thirty-fourth government of Israel.

Palestinian National Authority

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In July 2012, Steinitz led the signing of an economic agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority with Prime Minister Salam Fayyad.
In a "goodwill gesture" to the Palestinian Authority to renew dialogue with Israel, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz decided to give Ramallah an NIS 180 million advance on tax money it transfers on a monthly basis.

Israel

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Yuval Steinitz (יובל שטייניץ; born 10 April 1958) is Israel's Minister of Energy, in charge of Israel Atomic Energy Commission and a member of the Security Cabinet. In July 2012, Steinitz led the signing of an economic agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority with Prime Minister Salam Fayyad.

Israel Atomic Energy Commission

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Yuval Steinitz (יובל שטייניץ; born 10 April 1958) is Israel's Minister of Energy, in charge of Israel Atomic Energy Commission and a member of the Security Cabinet.

Knesset

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He is a member of the Knesset from the Likud party.

Doctor of Philosophy

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Steinitz holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy and was a senior lecturer at the University of Haifa.

University of Haifa

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Steinitz holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy and was a senior lecturer at the University of Haifa.

Moshav

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Born and raised in Moshav Ramot HaShavim, 30 km north of Tel Aviv, he is the eldest of four children.

Ramot HaShavim

Born and raised in Moshav Ramot HaShavim, 30 km north of Tel Aviv, he is the eldest of four children.