Netanyahu Signs Vote-sharing Deal With Far-right, Kahanist Alliance Ahead of March Election

Likud strikes deal with Religious Zionism and reserves spot on its election roster for the party, made up of hard-right parties that united at his request

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party signed on Wednesday a surplus vote agreement with the far-right Religious Zionism party ahead of Israel's March election.

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