(Worthy News) – The newly announced alliance between the Blue and White and New Hope parties will become the country’s third-largest party, but won’t draw additional support and won’t break the political deadlock between Israel’s pro- and anti-Netanyahu blocs, according to two polls broadcast Monday.
A survey by the Kan public broadcaster showed that the partnership between Defense Minister Benny Gantz’s centrist Blue and White and Justice Minister Gideon Sa’ar’s right-wing New Hope would win 14 seats in the November 1 elections. Channel 12’s survey gave the alliance 13 seats.
The two parties, which were both part of the outgoing coalition, hold 14 seats in the now-dispersed Knesset — 8 for Blue and White, and 6 for New Hope. Several polls done before they announced their alliance on Sunday, however, had seen New Hope falling close to the 3.25% threshold for Knesset representation. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]
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