Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu easily won a vote to keep the Likud party helm, the party said on Friday, in a boost ahead of what is likely to be a hard-fought general election in March. A Likud tally gave Netanyahu 72.5% of votes in Thursday’s party ballot, against 27.5%[…]
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held on to his job, announcing that he had hammered together a new coalition government just ahead of a midnight legal deadline. But with a knife-edge majority of just one seat in the 120-member parliament expectations were that he would have to expand the ruling[…]
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has won a clear victory in Israel’s Parliamentary elections, Israeli media reported, after 99 percent of the ballot boxes were counted. Netanyahu’s Likud party captured at least 29 seats in Parliament, sweeping past the rival Zionist Union alliance, which won 24 seats, according to Yediot Ahronot[…]
With the Israeli prime minister under fire internationally for his hard-line policies, a key partner of Benjamin Netanyahu is standing firmly behind him ahead of the March parliamentary elections – heralding what could be an even tougher stance toward the Palestinians if the two sit together in the next government.[…]
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