Israel’s fate for up to the next four years will be decided on Tuesday when 5,656,705 voters will be eligible to choose among 32 parties at 10,132 polling stations nationwide from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Politicians from across the political spectrum expressed optimism that, with good weather expected, turnout in the election would surpass the 64.7 percent of the last race four years ago.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will vote in Jerusalem and then do everything possible to encourage supporters of his joint Likud- Yisrael Beytenu list to cast their ballots.Read More...
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