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David (Dodik) Golomb

Hebrew: דוד גולומב
Birthplace: Tel Aviv, Israel
Immediate Family:

Son of Eliyahu Golomb and Ada Golomb
Widower of Miriam Mira Golomb
Father of <private> Golomb; <private> Golomb and <private> Golomb
Brother of <private> Golomb /Yadlin (Golomb); <private> Golomb and <private> גולומב

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    • <private> גולומב

About David (Dodik) Golomb


David Golomb (Hebrew: דוד גולומב‎, born 4 February 1933) is a former Israeli politician who served as a member of the Knesset for the Alignment, Labor Party, Democratic Movement for Change and Shinui in two spells between 1968 and 1969, and again from 1977 until 1981. [edit] Biography

Born in Tel Aviv during the Mandate era to Eliyahu Golomb, the man who formed the Haganah, David studied economics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In 1961 he was appointed director of the Institute of Economic Research of the Actions Committee of the Histadrut, and in 1965 became director of the Planning Centre. He also headed the planning section of Koor Industries.

A member of Mapai, Golomb was on the Alignment list (a joint list run by Mapai and Ahdut HaAvoda) for the 1965 elections. Although he failed to win a seat, he entered the Knesset on 9 December 1968 (as a Labor Party MK due to the merger of Mapai, Ahdut HaAvoda and Rafi) as a replacement for Dov Sadan,[1] who had resigned. He lost his seat in the elections the following year.

In 1977 Golomb joined the new Democratic Movement for Change party, and returned to the Knesset on the party's list in the elections that year. When the party split in 1978 he joined Shinui, but on 13 May 1980, he and Meir Amit defected to the Alignment. He lost his seat again in the 1981 elections, and later worked for the Dan Bus Company.

He was married to Miriam (who died in 2002), and has three children.

About דוד גולומב (עברית)

לאליהו ולעדה גולומב נולד גם בן ושמו דוד. דוד גולומב היה כלכלן, כיהן בשורת תפקידים ניהוליים בתעשייה, בהיותו מנהל המכון למחקר כלכלי של הוועד הפועל של ההסתדרות (1961 - 1965), מנהל המרכז לתכנון (1965 - 1969) וראש אגף התכנון של כור תעשיות. ב-‏1968 נכנס לכנסת לראשונה לאחר שהחליף חבר שפרש ממנה. הוא נבחר לכנסת בשנית ב-‏1977, מטעם מפלגת דש. ב-‏1978 פרש עם ששה מחבריו מדש והקים עמם את סיעת התנועה לשינוי ויוזמה, היא שינוי. ב-‏1980 חזר למפלגת העבודה, ואחר-כך עבד בחברת האוטובוסים דן'

דוד גולומב (נולד ב-4 בפברואר 1933) הוא חבר הכנסת לשעבר מטעם המערך והתנועה הדמוקרטית לשינוי.

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February 4, 1933
Tel Aviv, Israel