Israeli fears of a fifth election

Competing camps unable to reach the electoral threshold.

Jerusalem24 – Hebrew Radio expressed this morning, Thursday, Israeli fears of the possibility of heading into a fifth elections during the current year, due to the inability of any of the Israeli parties to form the next government.

The Radio reported that Israel may go to a fifth round of elections due to the inability of any of the competing camps to reach the electoral threshold.

The doubling of the envelopes votes is expected to cause the transfer of seats among the 13 parties that exceeded the threshold, and the Israeli Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, is betting on obtaining at least two additional seats for his camp, so that he can form a right-wing government that relies on 61 members of the Knesset, without needing support Even from outside the consolidated list.

According to Kan, the Hebrew channel, samples of the Knesset elections that took place on Tuesday showed that the Likud party, led by Benjamin Netanyahu, took the lead.

The channel stated that Netanyahu’s Likud Party won 30 seats, while Lapid’s Yesh Atid Party won 18 seats. In third place, Shas won 9 seats, followed by Benny Gantz’s party with 8 seats.

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