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Israel After the 2015 Elections: What Does Netanyahu’s Victory Mean for U.S. Policy? – IN10251

Israel After the 2015 Elections: What Does Netanyahu’s Victory Mean for U.S. Policy? – IN10251 published on

The Israeli Knesset elections held on March 17, 2015, were a subject of significant interest for the United States. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's Likud party finished with a six-seat advantage over the center-left Zionist Union (a joint list of the Labor and Ha'tnua parties), which was particularly striking because Likud had trailed by four seats in final pre-election polls. Under the laws governing Israel's multi-party parliamentary system, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin assigned Netanyahu on March 25 to form a majority coalition within 28 days. On April 20, Rivlin provided a one-time extension under law to give Netanyahu until May 6.

Date of Report: 4/21/2015
Pages: 4
Order Number: IN10251
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