Nitzan Horowitz (Hebrew: ניצן הורוביץ; born 24 February 1965) is an Israeli politician. He is the head of the Meretz party and the Democratic Union. He previously was the chief U.S. correspondent and commentator for the Israeli News Company, known as Channel 2 News.
In June 2019, he won the Meretz leadership election, and currently serves as leader of the party.
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- Jeremy Sharon (27 June 2019). "Israel's first gay party leader Nitzan Horowitz elected head of Meretzr (sic)". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 27 June 2019.
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