(ANSA) – TEL AVIV, March 23 – The blocked Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu has 54 seats, while the anti-Netanyahu faction has 59 seats.
From the three polls later revealed by television networks, it seems that Likud is still Israel’s first party, but without a majority of government. In the polls, it received 31-33 out of 120 seats in Knesset. In second place are the center ones of Lapid, with 18-16 seats. The United Arabian list – which in previous elections won 15 seats – is reduced by 8-9 seats. Benny Gantz’s blue-white center party surprised by winning 7-8 seats. Relative success is also for Labor (7 seats in all polls) and Meretz (6-7). The three polls agreed to allocate 59 seats to anti-Netanyahu parties and 53-54 to the ‘Far Right Bloc’. Naftali Bennett’s Yemina Party, which does not have a preference association with the two opposition blocs, won 6-8 seats in the polls. (HANDLING).
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