Majority of votes counted; Likud stable at 31 seats

January 23, 2013 05:02


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After the majority of the votes in the Israeli elections have been tallied, interim results show Likud-Beitenu holding steady at 31 seats.

Labor show 19 seats, Shas moving down to 11, with the same number for Bayit Yehudi, United Torah Judaism at 7.

The Tzipi Livni Party and Meretz also appear steady at 6 seats each respectively.

Raam-Tal rise to 5 seats whilst Hadash hold a predicted 4, Balad 3, and Kadima a better-than-expected 2 predicted Knesset seats.

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