Now the question is whether Netanyahu can win and form a coalition, with new alliances hoping to topple Israel's longest-serving Prime Minister.

Labourers work on hanging up a Likud election campaign banner depicting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with his party candidates, in Jerusalem March 28, 2019.
Labourers work on hanging up a Likud election campaign banner depicting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with his party candidates, in Jerusalem March 28, 2019. (Reuters)

In April, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared victory in the Israeli elections. He tried to form a coalition with other right-wing and religious parties but he failed. 

Now Israelis are going polls again in September. This time other Israeli parties are forming new alliances. 

TRT World's Mustafa Fatih Yavuz reports.

Source: TRT World