Who will be Israel's next prime minister?
Theoretically, the former TV journalist and Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid could head a stable government, but all signs point to him forging a coalition government with Netanyahu at the helm.
Yair Lapid, the dark horse of Israel's 2013 election, on Tuesday night became the candidate most courted by both the right and left blocs. While Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is interested in making Lapid a major anchor in the broad government he is planning, the center bloc – and especially the Labor Party – has its eyes on Lapid as the next prime minister.
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based on recent polls (average)