In light of the final election results presented on Thursday evening, according to which Kadima received 28 mandates while Likud followed with 27 mandates, Kadima urder Likud leader Binyamin Netanyahu to stop trying to 'steal' the government.
"This evening, the campaign led by [Likud chairman Binyamin] Netanyahu and the Likud to steal the government of Israel must come to an end," the party said in a statement.
It is now clear that Kadima won the elections, and as it is the biggest party, Netanyahu must accept Kadima's offer to join a national unity government led by Tzipi Livni, the party said.
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