Yahad party lead Eli Yishai said he had been informed Tuesday evening that his faction was lacking thousands of votes in order to reach the electoral threshold, and called on all Israeli citizens who had not yet cast their ballots to support him.
"If there's no 'Yahad' there is no Right!" he said on Facebook, adding that his campaign workers would do all they could to keep the faction and the right-wing bloc afloat.
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