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It’s official: New Right will not be in the Knesset

The Central Elections Committee released on Thursday evening the final results of the 2019 elections to the Knesset that were held on Tuesday, after the calculation of the results of the surplus agreements.

According to the final results, the Likud is the largest party with 36 seats, followed by Blue and White with 35 seats.

They are followed by:

Shas – 8

United Torah Judaism – 7

Labor – 6

Hadash-Ta’al – 6

Kulanu – 4

Yisrael Beytenu – 5

United Right – 5

Meretz – 4

Ra’am-Balad – 4

According to these results, the right-wing bloc stands at 65 seats while the left-wing bloc has 55 seats.

The chairman of the Central Elections Committee, Judge Hanan Melcer, stressed that the results published on Thursday night “are not the official results that will be published on April 17, 2019 and submitted to President Reuven Rivlin.”