Report: Last votes bring Kadima to 29, Likud to 12

March 30, 2006 17:54


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The central election committee finished counting all the ballots from Tuesday's national elections on Thursday afternoon, Knesset sources told Army Radio. According to the report, Kadima rose to 29, Likud to 12 and Meretz to 5. Shas dropped to 12, Yisrael Beitenu to 11 and the United Arab List-Ta'al to 3. Those who may join the Knesset - if the figures are accurate - are Yoel Hasson, the 29th slot on the Kadima list, Avshalom Viln, the fifth on the Meretz list, and Yisrael Katz, the 12th on the Likud list.

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