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By TAMAR BEERI, GIL HOFFMAN, JEREMY SHARON
By MARK WEISS
By JEREMY SHARON, ILANIT CHERNICK
By EYAL LEVY
By GIL HOFFMAN
By TAMAR BEERI
Without Liberman, the Right-wing parties stand at 59 seats, two below the minimum for forming a coalition.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Sources in the Likud said that Netanyahu and his family did not forget Shaked's remarks in December 2018, saying that "this will be Netanyahu's last term as prime minister."
By URI BOLLAG
"The decision needs to taken according to what will increase the camp in its entirety and lead to a victory of it in the elections and not what is best for each party," Gabbay said.
"Labor needs to be rebuilt so the old style political hackery can be removed so we can become a party with determination that is open to the public and believes in its ability to win."
By TAMAR BEERI
Netanyahu spoke angrily about Liberman after the vote to disperse the Knesset passed 74-45.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Part of the disagreements were due to opposition in Bayit Yehudi to some of Smotrich’s demands, saying he was being overly aggressive.
I was a social activist my whole life in different areas, working with special-needs children, with underprivileged populations and with [Diaspora communities] with the Jewish Agency.
Gantz will formally become opposition leader shortly after the new Knesset is sworn in on April 30.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
They further argued that Rivlin had grossly violated his discretion as president by ignoring these allegations against Netanyahu and tapping him to continue in the role of prime minister.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
While the over 413,400 settlers are often talked about as if they all hold the same religious and political beliefs, in fact they are a diverse population that spans the gamut of Israeli society.
There are those who refrain from eating matza, because they do not like the taste and the texture. That appears to be the case with all of Benjamin Netanyahu's potential coalition partners.
Any party can send observers to any polling place in the country. In this year’s election, Likud observers were caught with hidden cameras in several mostly Arab areas.
Smotrich said he would not accept the Construction portfolio
By GILAD MALACH
Among the many surprises of last week’s election was the impressive performance by the ultra-Orthodox parties.
By JEREMY SHARON,GIL HOFFMAN
“I’m fed up with listening to Liberman’s threats. I’m not worried if there won’t be a coalition, we’ll go to elections again,” the UTJ MK warned.
According to Labor's constitution, after a party leader loses an election for prime minister, a new leadership race must automatically be held within 14 months.
Likud sources said that Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, who will not be in the next Knesset, will be replaced in her post by Likud's Yariv Levin or URP's Bezalel Smotrich
By ROSSELLA TERCATIN
"I, and I alone, am responsible for the result."
Yazbak hopes to fight poverty in the Arab sector and “act for the national liberation of the Palestinians.”
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Outgoing Balad MK Jamal Zahalka, took a more belligerent stand, saying: “Gantz is not an alternative. He’s part of the problem.”
Central Elections Committee found no irregularities in ballot boxes it reviewed following complaints from Bennett.
I hope new MKs will make speeches worth remembering, Edelstein says, launching book of historic addresses in Knesset.
During the meeting, Labor chairman Avi Gabbay recommended that Rivlin present Blue and White head Benny Gantz with the task of forming the next government.
By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
“Let me begin by, this is is my first public opportunity to do this, to publicly congratulate Prime Minister Netanyahu on his victory,” Beto O’Rourke said.
By OMRI NAHMIAS
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By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
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