Knesset likely to be dissolved next week

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May 2, 2012 13:40

 
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A bill to dissolve the Knesset, which will bring early elections in the next three to five months, will be put to a vote on Monday.

Following agreements by most parties in the coalition and opposition, Labor and Meretz will bring their bills to dissolve the Knesset to a preliminary vote next week, and are expected to get coalition support.

The bills first, second and third readings are likely to take place on Tuesday, finalizing early elections. The last day of the 18th Knesset is expected to be on Wednesday, the ninth of May during which final bills will be passed.

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