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Final Israel election results: Kadima's in Knesset, Habayit Hayehudi gets 12 seats
United Arab List-Ta'al to shrink from five to four seats; right-wing to take 61 seats, center-left 59; parties that came closest to reaching the threshold were Otzma LeYisrael, which garnered 1.75% of the votes; Am Shalem with 1.2 percent, and Aleh Yarok with 1.11 percent.
The Central Elections Committee on Thursday released the final results of Israel's 2013 election, after all ballots at places other than regular polling stations were counted. At the end of the day, the right bloc had a small majority.
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