Although the results are not yet official, based on the 100% vote count, the anti-Benjamin Netanyahu leftists won the Israeli parliamentary elections.
Representatives of the pro-Netanyahu parties can get 59 seats in the 120-seat legislature (Nada), while the so-called anti-Netanyahu bloc has 61 seats.
The Israeli prime minister’s party, Likud, is expected to win 30 seats, making it the largest parliamentary party, but that is not enough. To form a government.
A right-wing nationalist bloc called the Right of Naftali Bennett could play a crucial role in coalition negotiations, and
The Islamic Arab party, Ra’em, led by Mansour Abbas, wrote the history of its entry into the Legislative Council.
None of the rallies committed themselves to the side that supported Netanyahu or the side that urged him to leave.
Abbas said earlier that, in light of the results, he would choose a candidate for prime minister who would offer a better deal for his constituency. Bennett’s party had seven, and Abbas’s group won four seats.
I was staying for the fourth time in two years elections in Israel. After the previous elections, Netanyahu was unable to form a majority coalition, but the opposition was also unable to form a government.
In March of last year, after the third election, Benny Ganz, the leader of the centrist Blue and White party, abandoned his main electoral promise and signed a coalition agreement with Netanyahu, but their joint rule fell into crisis, leading to elections again MTI summons.