By Micah Halpern
Tuesday March 23, 2021
Today is election day in Israel. Four elections in two years.
It is expected that, this time around, there will be a very low voter turnout. As of noon, only 24% of voters had cast their ballots. It is hard to build voting enthusiasm when it looks like nothing more than a repeat performance for the fourth time in a row.
It appears that the results will be more of the same.
The final tally will not be in until Friday. Big winners, so far, are Netanyahu and Bennet and Religious Zionists. Big losers are Blue and White and Saarís New Hope party.
The big question is: This time around, will Netanyahu have enough votes to forge a government of likeminded parties without compromising too much on his political platform.
FYI - anyone who was deluded or naÔve enough to think that corruption charges would derail the sitting prime ministerís election, does not understand Israel. No one chose to vote against Netanyahu because of the charges against him.
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