The Israeli president is ashamed of the third elections

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin today officially received the final results of the elections that took place on the second of March, and the third elections were in less than a year.

After receiving the results, Rivlin issued a statement addressed to party leaders, in which he said: "Any plans you reach to form a stable government capable of obtaining the Knesset's trust will be welcome."

He added: "You also have the outlines that I proposed during the previous round of elections, at the time you mentioned that there is no other way to form a government, and it seems that nothing has changed."

Rivlin had expressed his dissatisfaction with Israel going to a third election in less than a year, and said during his vote in the last elections: "This day is usually a celebration, but in reality I do not feel that there is a celebration," adding that he was ashamed of going to Ballot boxes again.

The results of the recent elections resulted in the Likud party, led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, leading the results with 36 seats, compared to 33 seats for the (blue-white) party led by Benny Gantz.

Avigdor Lieberman's Israel Beitenu party won seven seats.

The results mean that the camp of right-wing and religious parties led by Netanyahu won 58 seats in the 120-seat Knesset, which is three less than the number that guarantees them to form a government.

And Israel (Our Home) refused to join any of the right or left camps, after the elections that took place in September. And his participation in either of them was enough to prevent Israel from holding the last elections.

Gantz is working to bring his views closer together with Lieberman in order to cooperate in forming a government.


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