Israel Election Results: A New Government Seems Unlikely. Here Are Five Scenarios to Break Deadlock

Jonathan Lis
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At four and counting, Israel’s doom loop of early elections may be far from over. If no party betrays its election promises and no Knesset member defects, the forming of a new, stable government in the coming weeks looks very unlikely.

The 25th Knesset could well join its three predecessors and become a curiosity for trivia quizzes. In an attempt to break the curse, here are four scenarios that could give the director general of the Central Elections Committee, Orly Ades, four years of well-deserved peace and quiet.

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