however, Yair Lapid of Yesh Atid, a centrist party, is truly the new kid on the block, so the notion that with another election would be more prosperous for them is highly unlikely. Part of Israel's diversity includes the religious parties and their interests and remember that centrist Kadima, with Tzipi Livni leader at the last 2009 elections, could not have formulated a governing coalition. It's no cake walk Yair!
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