Tzipi Livni

Vice-Prime Minister (2006–2009), Minister of Foreign Affairs (2006–2009) Minister of Justice (2013-2014)

Former Israeli Vice Prime Minister , Foreign Minister and Justice Minister and Chief Negotiator for Peace .Degree in Law, Ten years' experience with private law firm, specializing in commercial law, constitutional law, real estate law; Officer, Israel Defence Forces and Mossad; 1996, Director-General, Government Companies Authority, responsible for privatization of government corporations and monopolies; 1999, elected to Knesset as member of Likud party; Member: Constitution, Law and Justice Committee; Committee for the Advancement of the Status of Women; 2001, Minister of Regional Cooperation; 2001-02, Minister without Portfolio; 2002-03, Minister of Agriculture; 2003-06, Minister of Immigrant Absorption; 2004-05, Minister of Housing and Construction; 2004-06, then 2006-07, Minister of Justice; 2006, appointed Vice-Prime Minister; 2006-09, Minister of Foreign Affairs; 2009-12, Leader of the Opposition; 2013-14, Minister of Justice, 2019- consulting to governments and companies ,board member of Bezeq telecommunication co. and Elbit Defence co. and INSS (institute for National security studies) ans international organisations

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