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Israel’s Political Paralysis To Face ‘Third Election’ In A Year – Analysis

Eurasia Review Wednesday, 26 February 2020
By Mansheetal Singh*

In about two weeks’ time, Israelis will head to polling stations for the third time in less than a year in an effort to break Israel’s political deadlock. The main contenders would once again be Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who leads the ruling party Likud, and in opposition heading the Blue and...
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