Prime Minister Netanyahu says in a Channel 2 interview that his government “did not do enough” to solve the housing crisis and will “act to fix this” if he will be the next prime minister.
The interview comes five days before the ballots as surveys have shown Likud slipping dangerously in the polls.
However, with right bloc still leading the center-left, Zionist Union’s Tzipi Livni warns voters that unless her party gains a few more points, leader Isaac Herzog will have a hard time building a coalition.
Both Netanyahu and Livni are urging their voters not to be complacent and to go out to vote. For both parties, a higher voter turnout can make or break the opportunity to lead the government.