The new Knesset parties were set to register at the central election committee to receive the letters that will be placed on the ballots, representing their respective Knesset lists.
In the Israeli election system, a one, two, or three letter code is printed on the ballots representing the different parties.
Kadima was expected to request the letters C-N ("yes" in Hebrew), according to Army Radio.
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