A 2015 ruling forbids a transitional government from making any senior civil service appointments, unless urgent
Likud and ultra-nationalist, anti-Arab Otzma Yehudit party file a joint appeal to the Supreme court claiming that the Joint List lawmakers support terrorism
Miri Regev told an interviewer from an Israeli radio station that 'fraud and crook' Avigdor Lieberman is not the kingmaker in September's election – 'the Holy One is'
Far-right parties Otzmah Yehudit, Noam and Zehut projected not to cross electoral threshold
Last Israeli Election Was Riddled With Irregularities and Suspected Voting Fraud, Haaretz Investigation Reveals
Haaretz pored over thousands of protocols and spoke to ballot officials, uncovering a disturbing picture
Prime minister’s request marks new phase in his war against what he and his son Yair have dubbed 'propaganda channels'
The PM 'doesn’t think' Likud, Yamina and ultra-Orthodox parties can win Knesset majority, and is now refocusing efforts on his own party, campaign official tells Haaretz
In April's election, Likud activists placed 1,200 hidden cameras in polling sites in Arab-majority areas ■ Party says Mendelblit's legal opinion 'unacceptable'
'You aren’t leaving Likud, Likud has left you,' Peretz tells crowd at Gaza border town
Likud’s attacks on the former defense minister are full of inaccuracies and backfire to hurt Netanyahu – but Yisrael Beiteinu is offering its own half-truths, and is losing younger voters
With speculations of a national unity government after September 17, a look back at Shamir and Peres, who established one in 1984 after failing to gain Knesset majority
The state-owned defense company is cutting costs and is even shunning a marquis army contract for fear it would lose money
Kahol Lavan leader, who said he 'came to replace Netanyahu,' said Likud 'offered me the world if I came on board' but stressed he won't sit in a Netanyahu-led government after September 17
Central Elections Committee discusses legality of filming at the polls after controversy over Likud observers recording voters in Arab towns in April ballot
AG says panel can't decide on the matter, and has yet to rule whether to press charges against Likud for dispatching 1,200 cameras in April vote, seen as attempt to deter Arabs from voting
Ruling Likud party says the timing of the recommendation by the police to indict Brig. Gen. Gal Hirsch is 'not coincidental'
Vows by Knesset candidates from the premier's party will be meaningless if after Israel's September election they stand to lose power by sticking with him
Names of those refusing to sign will be published, says senior Likud member ■ Move comes after Avigdor Lieberman says he would ask the party to present alternative candidate if PM refuses to form unity government
Tweet by Yair Netanyahu claimed Lieberman 'accidentally uncovered' coup attempt with veteran Likud member Yuli Edelstein after the former pitted him as perfect candidate for Likud leadership in a TV interview
Public opinion poll shows 59 percent of Israeli voters don’t support a broad coalition with Likud, Kahol Lavan and Yisrael Beiteinu following September's election
The main bone of contention was the ranking of Kahanist far-right Otzma Yehudit party members on the United Right slate headed by Ayelet Shaked
As party registration closes, Channel 13 poll shows Likud in the lead, Kahol Lavan one seat behind, and Yisrael Beiteinu, the Joint List, and United Right tied for third