|Second Rabin Cabinet|
25th Cabinet of Israel
|Date formed||13 July 1992|
|Date dissolved||22 November 1995|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Chaim Herzog (until 13 May 1993)|
Ezer Weizman (after 13 May 1993)
|Head of government||Yitzhak Rabin|
|Member parties||Labor Party|
|Status in legislature||Centre-left coalition|
|Opposition leader||Yitzhak Shamir (until 1993)|
Benjamin Netanyahu (since 1993)
|Election(s)||1992 Israeli legislative election|
|Legislature term(s)||13th Knesset|
|Predecessor||24th cabinet of Israel|
|Successor||26th cabinet of Israel|
The twenty-fifth government of Israel was formed by Yitzhak Rabin of the Labor Party on 13 July 1992, after the party's victory in the June elections. The coalition also contained the new Meretz party (an alliance of Ratz, Mapam, and Shinui) and Shas, and held 62 of the 120 seats in the Knesset. The government was also supported, but not joined, by Hadash and the Arab Democratic Party, which held an additional five seats between them.
1 Although Tzur was not a Knesset member at the time, he had previously been elected on the Alignment list and was a Labor Party member.
2 When Rubinstein was appointed to the post in 1994, it was renamed the Minister of Education, Culture and Sport.
3 Although Barak was not a Knesset member at the time, he was elected to the next Knesset on the Labor Party-list.
4 Died in office.
- Benjamin Frankel (1996). A Restless Mind: Essays in Honor of Amos Perlmutter. Psychology Press. p. 101. ISBN 978-0-7146-4607-7.
- Factional and Government Make-Up of the Thirteenth Knesset Knesset website
- Eleventh Knesset: Government 25 Knesset website