Israeli Parties Face 'Do-or-die' Moment Ahead of Election

Between mergers, messages and 'stars' to be unveiled, Israeli parties have until Thursday to present their slate. Here is where they stand

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Israeli lawmakers gather on the day before the lists close, 2019.
Israeli lawmakers gather on the day before the lists close, 2019.Credit: Emil Salman
New Labor Party leader Merav Michaeli at the party's primary election, January 24, 2021Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
Meretz party chairman, Nitzan Horowitz, at the Knesset, Jerusalem, September 2021.Credit: Shmulik Grossman / Knesset
Israeli PM and Likud party leader Benjamin Netanyahu speaks in Jerusalem, January 2021.Credit: Emil Salman
Gideon Sa'ar in Jerusalem, December 2020.Credit: Emil Salman
Far-right lawmaker Bezalel Smotrich speaks in the Knesset, July 2020.Credit: Adina Valman / Knesset



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