Integrity-Integration-Israel

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General Information
Country Flag-Israel.jpg Israel
Abbreviation I3
Colors yellow, black
Founded September 16, 2010
Dissolved March 16, 2011
Political
Congress Occupancy 0 /37 seats, 0%
Succeeds The Lantern Society, New Millennial Party
Succeeded By Kavod
Orientation Center-Left
Ideology Liberalism

Integrity-Integration-Israel was the name of a political party in Icon-Israel.png Israel that later carried on as Kavod. It came into existence on September 16, 2010 after a successful election against a candidate attempting a political takeover of the state.

History

Rheinlander von Phalz was the founder and first party president of I3. He remained in office after the October 2010 election in which there was no challenger.

The second party president of I3 was John Jay. He would later resign the position, which went to von Phalz for having the most experience of the members in the party. There was no election in December 2010.

Dozzer_x ran unopposed to become party president in January 2011. von Phalz ran again to prevent a takeover of the party the next month.

In March 2011 yaheli2532 ran unopposed. Upon election, she changed the party's name to Kavod.

Membership

Integrity-Integration-Israel, true to its integration position, was home to citizens originating from the Icon-USA.png United States, Icon-Australia.png Australia, Icon-Indonesia.png Indonesia, and Israel.