Haredi parties head into elections amid bitter internal struggles
Ultra-Orthodox parties may find it hard to preserve their current combined 16 Knesset seats in the next government, due to internal rifts.
Both ultra-Orthodox parties are heading for elections unwillingly, as both are embroiled in bitter internal struggles that could make it hard for them to preserve their current combined 16 Knesset seats. And fewer seats means less influence in whatever government is formed after the elections.
Like us on Facebook and get articles directly in your news feed