Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin NetanyahuParliament failed to secure a majority, but rivals are close to forming a government, according to opinion polls for the fourth early general election in two years.
Sound boxes according to output profiles; Netanyahu’s party, Likud, ended the election by removing 33 deputies. According to Kanal13, the right-wing bloc, which is considered to support Likud, has reached 54 seats.
A right-wing extremist who said he was ready to join the coalition during the election campaign Naftali BennettYamina Party also received 7 votes. Netanyahu needs Yamina’s support to reach 61 seats in Israel’s 120-seat parliament and form a government.
According to the Jerusalem Post, Likud sources said Netanyahu would try to form a government as soon as possible. Sources close to Bennett said that “Netanyahu is not in his pocket” and that joining the government was not an inevitable consequence. Sources said Bennett said “I will do what is good for the state of Israel.”
According to a Reuters report; According to opinion polls, the center-left parties performed better than expected, lagging behind the 61-seat majority in the 120-member parliament.
The Israeli Central Election Commission is expected to announce the uncertain results tomorrow.
Netanyahu has been in power since 2009
Netanyahu, 71, who has formed seven governments in Israel, ran a leadership-based campaign based on an election campaign in which about 50 Israelis were vaccinated in two doses.
Netanyahu, the ruling political figure of his generation, has been in power since 2009. However, Netanyahu is also protesting strongly in Israel.