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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his allies do not have the necessary parliamentary seats to form a majority coalition, results from this week's election has shown, as vote counting ends.
Tuesday’s election takes place after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu triggered the collapse of a unity government he had formed with his rival Benny Gantz following the three previous inconclusive elections.
The ideological groupings in the Israeli parliament usually pave the way for snap elections, pushing the country in political limbo.
Gideon Saar, who formerly served in education and interior minister posts for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud Party, has left the party he feels “serves Netanyahu's criminal trial”.
Partial results reported by Israeli TV stations showed Netanyahu capturing between 70 percent and 80 percent of the vote, trouncing his challenger, lawmaker Gideon Saar.
In a bid to beat Israel's longest-serving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the leadership candidate said the two-state solution on the Palestine issue was off the table.
The embattled hardline prime minister is sinking into further trouble as a new challenger from his Likud Party emerges to oppose him.
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