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Asia Elects Oct 23
Israel: Benny Gantz (B&W-Centrist) has been granted the mandate to form a government by the President of Israel. This is the first time a person other than Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Likud-ECR) has been granted this mandate since 2009.
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Hen Mazzig Sep 22
The Arab Israeli Joint List backed Blue&White to lead the Israeli government. For the first time in history, the Israeli Arab parties back a Zionist party to lead the government and support a Zionist Israeli Jewish prime minister. Don’t tell the anti-Zionists 🤫
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Aleph , Boom goes the dynamite🕯️ א Sep 18
Netanyahu to meet again with right block leaders, tomorrow morning.
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Asia Elects Oct 22
Israel: The President of Israel announces that the leader of the Blue & White party (Centrist), Benny Gantz, will receive the mandate to form a government tomorrow. Gantz will have 28 days to try and negotiate a working government coalition.
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Hananya Naftali Sep 25
Prime Minister Netanyahu will have 28 days to try and get 61 members of Knesset to support his coalition. He has 55 supporters now.
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Israeli Election Live Results Sep 24
Media outlets are now saying that the previously-uncounted ballot boxes have now given an extra seat to the Likud at the expense of UTJ.
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Avi Mayer Sep 19
With 99% of ballots counted, Gantz's Blue and White party is at 33 Knesset seats, two more than Netanyahu's Likud at 31. The center/left bloc is at 57 seats, compared to the right-wing bloc at 55. Neither is able to form a functioning coalition, which requires 61.
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Noga Tarnopolsky Sep 24
: Final results of are in, and Netanyahu's Likud got an extra Knesset seat: 32. Gantz's Blue & White have 33.
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Israeli Election Live Results Sep 24
Probably Finally Final Update: 4,465,168 votes counted. Results: Blue & White 33 Likud 32 Joint List 13 Shas 9 Lieberman 8 Yamina 7 UTJ 7 Labor 6 Meretz 5 Bloc recommendations: Netanyahu: 55 Gantz: 54 Neither: 11 61 needed to become Prime Minister.
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Fíonn Grünspan Sep 18
At least we can hope Yair Netanyahu will stop writing offensive things on social media.   ❤️🇮🇱
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Hananya Naftali Sep 25
PM Netanyahu still calls for a unity government and said that this is the only way. If he doesn't form a government, Israel will most likely go to third elections. Pray we will have a government and won't go for elections - it will be a waste of money.
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Hananya Naftali Sep 25
: President Rivlin asked PM Netanyahu to form the next government. The coming week or more will tell if he will succeed or not. Please pray for Israel. We need a government, not third elections.
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Aurora Intel Oct 17
Netanyahu: “I Just called Knesset member Benny Gantz and offered him a compromise outline for establishing a broad national unity government. — The Middle East is changing in front our eyes, changing for the worse” [Knish]
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Dahlia Scheindlin Sep 25
Rivlin calls on to form gov. Prez looks pale, w agonized smile as he handed over the letter. I really hope there is some master plan here. Or in the universe.
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World Elects Sep 18
🇮🇱, legislative election results (89,8 % counted-seats) : &W : 32 : 31 : 13 : 9 : 9 : 8 : 7 : 6 : 5 , ,
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Noa Landau נעה לנדאו Sep 23
Replying to @PresidentRuvi
And now left the two rivals all alone in his room
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The Canary Sep 19
Israeli PM Netanyahu looks set to lose power after election gamble backfires.
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Steph Ouaknine Sep 19
Great thread on the decline of the right, emergence of centrists and potential for coalitions we haven’t seen in 10+ years.
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Gil Hoffman Sep 24
Final results of to be announced at 11am Israel time on Wednesday in a festive meeting of the Central Elections Committee
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Dr. Noa Balf נועה באלף نوعة بالف Sep 18
Israel has a gender voting gap - women more likely to vote for left/left leaning parties. Leftist parties in the had higher percentages of women on the list. Women vote for women candidates in Israel. Problem is men more likely to vote for parties with less women
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