(Worthy News) - The Central Election Committee announced around 1 a.m. Wednesday that Likud won an extra seat compared to what they previously stated, bringing the total seats obtained by Benjamin Netanyahu’s party to 32, just one less than Benny Gantz’s Blue and White.
Moreover, the Ashkenazi ultra-Orthodox party United Torah Judaism moved from eight seats to seven seats.
The CEC released the “almost final” results on Friday. However, it emphasized that the results could not be considered final nor official, because in the following days they would re-examine the results from about 2,000 ballots across Israel. The ballots were selected randomly and partly based on episodes that occurred on election day. [ Source: Jerusalem Post (Read More...) ]
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