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Yair Lapid joins anti-government protesters at Israel's KKL Bridge

The protestors wore Yesh Atid t-shirts and carried Israeli flags and signs reading "stop the carnage. We're fighting for the country."

Israel's center-left is in the opposition, and it is crumbling

INSIDE POLITICS: Once they were eight, sitting around the Bennett-Lapid cabinet table, all sharing one mutual achievement. Now they are five and sharing a defeat.


Coalition talks stalled as factions quarrel in new Knesset

Netanyahu met with Arye Deri and Itamar Ben-Gvir on Wednesday, with Deri continuing to insist on the Finance Ministry.

Israel needs a national salvation reboot -opinion

My recommendation is not for a normal unity government but rather for a package deal that will blow up the blocs and probably also the careers of Benjamin Netanyahu, Yair Lapid and Benny Gantz.


Merav Michaeli must take responsibility for failing Labor - editorial

Under Merav Michaeli's leadership, Labor fell from seven seats to just four, and yet she refuses to take responsibility for the failure.

Netanyahu assured with near-certain victory as almost 90% votes counted

On Wednesday night, Meretz was placed just below the threshold of 3.25%, and the Likud led with 32 seats.

Blue and White leader Benny Gantz and MK Yair Lapid

Lapid's campaign a 'resounding failure,' National Unity says

The blame game began after it became clear on Wednesday afternoon that Balad was not going to pass the electoral threshold, thus ensuring a victory for the Right bloc led by Netanyahu.

Miri Regev, 2019.

8 out of 65 seats: Who are the women of Israel's newly elected gov't?

Overnight, Israel saw the number of women in the government shrink from 24 seats to just eight. Who are the women of Israel's new government?

Israel election: Final results announced for election 2022

With Meretz and Balad definitely below the threshold, Netanyahu is ensured victory and will look to form a coalition.

Lapid after exit polls: We have no intention of stopping

The change his party is leading is "inevitable," the prime minister said. "You can delay it, but you can't stop it."

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