Middle East Monitor: Israel elections: Weary voters head to polls for fourth time in two years
Netanyahu's Likud set to be largest party but unclear if he will be able to form a government or if it will be another stalemate
Election-weary Israelis are voting once again in the fourth national polls in just two years, with a fifth round a distinct possibility if another stalemate emerges.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud is projected to win by far the most seats: around 30 of the 120 in Israel's parliament, the Knesset.
Yet it is far from certain that he and his allies on the right will cobble together enough seats to form a coalition government, which needs at least 61 to govern.
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WNU Editor: This election is a referendum on Netanyahu's handling of the Covid pandemic …. Netanyahu credits himself with bringing Israel 'back to life.' Now he hopes his Covid-19 campaign will save his political future (CNN).
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