The New Right

Head of New Right party Naftali Bennett [L] and MK Ayelet Shaked [R]

Bennett to get higher post than Shaked

Bennett will also lead the New Right’s negotiating team in talks with Bayit Yehudi and the National Union on a united list of the parties to the Right of the Likud.

New Right co-leaders Naftali Bennett (R) and Ayelet Shaked (L) enter a press conference in Tel Aviv

Bennett-Shaked hold key meeting

The meeting took place in Tel Aviv and was not open to media coverage.


Shaked planning post-decision rally in Givat Shmuel

Peretz: bloc must be led by religious candidate

Naftali Bennett

Continuing what Bennett started

With Israel’s election results officially in, Naftali Bennett is officially out.

The New Right's Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked walk off after exit polls show they won't enter th

Three extra votes: New Right remains out of Knesset in final vote count

Central Elections Committee found no irregularities in ballot boxes it reviewed following complaints from Bennett.

Central Elections Committee: Only one New Right ballot was disqualified

The New Right had expressed hope it would still get into the Knesset, and Zehut called the election “stolen,” after both parties remained below the 3.25% electoral threshold.

The New Right's Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked walk off after exit polls show they won't enter th

Bennett, Shaked out of Knesset in official vote count

Melcer: There was no cyber-attack; technical bug on elections website causes vote-count chaos.

Prime Minister Netanyahu and his wife Sara greet supporters

Final results: Likud wins most seats, one more than Blue and White

The New Right Party has demanded a recount of IDF soldiers’ votes after the party passed the electoral threshold as of Thursday morning’s count and then reportedly dropped just below it.

 Moshe Feiglin at The Jerusalem Post elections conference, April 3rd, 2019

New Right, Zehut hope soldiers’ votes will save them

Feiglin, thought to be kingmaker, falls far below threshold; Bennett and Shaked need only 4,275 more votes to get into Knesset.

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