Still, Srulik Einhorn says he believes the prime minister will be able to form another governing coalition
Chaim Levinson is Haaretz's Political Correspondent. He is contributor of 12 Channel, the parliament Channel and 103 FM Radio. He teaches New Media and Politics in Hadassah Academic College, Jerusalem. Previously, he was Haaretz settlements Correspodent and Yedioth Ahoronot correspondent for Religious Affairs and the Orthodox communities. Levinson has a B.A. in Social and Humanities Studies at the Open University and a M.A. in Interdisciplinary Democracy Studies.
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Unsubstantiated speculation that voting fraud in April election allowed Balad to pass electoral threshold - and prevented right-wing bloc from having 61 Knesset seats - has been shared hundreds of times on social media
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Yamina leader says she never tried to bribe the prime minister by offering him immunity in return for spot in Likud's slate
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United Torah Judaism and United Arab List-Balad swapped representatives at key polling stations, in violation of election laws ■ Analysis of thousands of protocols from polling stations and interviews with dozens of representatives reveal the deal
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
Peretz believes Labor will pull voters form the periphery and center-right parties, and isn't mourning his party's loss of Stav Shaffir
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