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With 91% of votes tallied, no change to seat distribution

An Israeli casts a vote at a voting station in Jerusalem on March 23, 2021. (Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90)
An Israeli casts a vote at a voting station in Jerusalem on March 23, 2021. (Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90)

The Central Elections Committee says 91 percent of votes have now been counted, with the tally pushing Meretz slightly further from the 3.25% threshold needed to enter the Knesset.

As the count stands, Likud will receive 32 mandates, Yesh Atid has 24, Religious Zionism has 14 MKs, National Unity will have 12 lawmakers, Shas 11 and United Torah Judaism will have eight. Ra’am has received five seats, Hadash-Ta’al will also have five lawmakers, Yisrael Beytenu have five and Labor will receive four seats in the Israeli parliament.

The left-wing Meretz and Arab hardline Balad parties remain outside the Knesset.

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