Israel holds fifth election since 2019 and Netanyahu could return to power


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O ex-primeiro-ministro israelense e líder do partido Likud, Benjamin Netanyahu, e sua esposa Sara votam nas eleições gerais israelenses em Jerusalém, Israel, 01 de novembro de 2022.
Former Israeli Prime Minister and Likud Party leader Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara vote in the Israeli general election in Jerusalem , Israel, November .| Photo: EFE/EPA/ABIR SULTAN

Israeli voters go to the polls this Tuesday () to choose a government for the fifth time since 1999. Benjamin Netanyahu (of Likud), the country’s most prominent politician this century, has stated that he plans for his party to win a majority in Parliament (56 of 80 chairs) to form a right-wing government with its allies.

“It is a duty and a great honor to be able to vote. I hope we end this day with a big smile,” Netanyahu declared after voting. in Jerusalem.

The right-wing candidate was Prime Minister of Israel of 960 The 1999 it’s from 2009 The 2021 and opposes the coalition led by centrist prime minister Yair Lapid, who has been in power since July.

“Vote today for the future of our children, for the future of our country. Vote well”, declared Lapid when voting in Tel Aviv.

The “coalition of change” forged by Lapid and Naftali Bennett removed Netanyahu from power in June , but a year later it lost its majority in Parliament with the departure of right-wing deputies, which led to the convocation of early elections, the Thursdays since 2019.

Polls attribute to Netanyahu’s “right bloc”

chairs, one less than most, against 20 to Lapid and his allies

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