Central Election Committee announces final tally

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 23, 2013 06:16

 
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The Central Elections Committee in the early hours of Wednesday morning released the final polling tallies, showing the Left and Right blocs virtually tied, Israel Radio reported.

The 19th Knesset show 31 seats for Likud-Beyteinu, Yesh Atid as the second biggest party with 19, Labor in third at 15, with Shas and Bayit Yehudi at 11 seats each.United Torah Judaism, the Tzipi Livni Party and Meretz all receive six seats each.



For the Arab parties, UAL - Taal receive 5, Hadash 4, and Balad 3.

Kadima just passed the threshold with two seats.

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