Yesh Atid ecstatic to be second-biggest party

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January 23, 2013 02:12

 
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With the announcement that Yesh Atid would be the second-largest party in the Knesset with an estimated 18-19 seats according to exit polls, the party’s headquarters in Tel Aviv exploded in celebration Tuesday night.

The atmosphere was electric, with the Yesh Atid jingle booming from every direction and the Knesset members dancing with joy.

Adi Kol, No. 9 on the list, told The Jerusalem Post that Yesh Atid was “absolutely the source of the higher voter turnout” that was reported.

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