Roni Milo

Roni Milo (* November 26, 1949 when Ron Milikovsky in Tel Aviv) is an Israeli politician ( Likud ), lawyer and publicist, who held various ministerial posts in Israel in the course of his career. He was a member of the 9th to the 13th and the 15th Knesset. From 1993 to 1998 he was mayor of Tel Aviv.

After completing his legal studies, he entered politics as the head of the Information Department of the Likud Party.

In 1977 he was elected to the 9th Knesset. In 1988, he was the first environment minister of Israel ( Yitzhak Shamir Cabinet ), 1990 he was Minister of Labour, then Secretary of Homeland Security with responsibility inter alia for the police.

He was elected mayor of Tel Aviv- Jaffa in 1993 and gave up his Knesset seat from 30 December 1993 to devote himself entirely to his duties as mayor can.

After his time as mayor, he returned to the country's politics, 1999, for the Centre Party ( Mifleget Hamerkaz ) was elected to the 15th Knesset, and was founded in 2000 in Barak's Cabinet Minister of Health.

In Sharon's Cabinet in 2001 he was Minister of Regional Co-operation by the year 2003 ( Silvan Shalom successor ).

He then left the Centre Party, together with Yechiel Lasry and founded the new party Lev, who, after she had been there only a few minutes, the Likud joined. In the forthcoming allocation of new ministerial post, he was provided only at 47th place, so that he lost his seat.