(Worthy News) – A television poll has found that if elections were to be held today, parties currently in the government coalition would drop by several seats into a minority in the Knesset, but the opposition bloc of parties led by Likud would also fall short of a majority.
The Channel 13 news survey, released Monday, showed Likud would win 36 seats, Yesh Atid 18, Religious Zionism 9, Yamina 8, Joint List 8, Blue and White 7, Shas 7, UTJ 7, Labor 6, Yisrael Beytenu 5, Meretz 5, and New Hope 4.
Ra’am, an Islamist party in the coalition whose current four seats played a key role in helping Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s government gain power, would not pass the minimum threshold needed to reenter parliament. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]
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