MK Tali Ploskov
“Our senior citizens are an asset, not a burden. In order to maintain a just society in the State of Israel, we must first and foremost take care of our parents and our grandparents who built this land, and who are the reason we are here today.”
Deputy Speaker of the Knesset, was twice elected mayor of Arad.
Chair of the Joint Committee for the Construction of a National Master Plan on the Subject of Ageing was elected four times as one of the most socially focused Knesset members in the coalition, the leader of the struggle for tax benefits for the peripheral communities, fighting for the rights of the elderly and Holocaust survivors.
Chairperson of the Joint Committee for the Construction of a National Master Plan on the subject of Ageing, Member of the Labor Welfare and Health Committee, Member of the Committee on Immigration, Absorption and the Diaspora. Member of the Law, Constitution and Justice Committee.
Chairwoman of the Lobby for Women in Business, Chairwoman of the Lobby for the Development of the Negev, Chairperson of the Tourism Lobby – Tourism as a National Priority.
Head of Israel’s Parliamentary Friendship Group with Belarus, Ukraine, Armenia and Moldova.
Initiated and led legislation that arranged for comprehensive tax benefits for about 400 communities in the periphery of Israel.
Initiated and led the “Exemption from Rent for Holocaust Survivors” Law, which significantly increased old-age pensions to Holocaust survivors who receive income support.
Initiated and led bills that increased the maternity allowance to contract workers and self-employed women.
Was elected four times as one of the most socially focused Knesset members in the coalition.
Married to Michael, mother of two and grandmother of three.