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Registration for running in the upcoming Knesset elections officially closed on Thursday, and for the first time we actually know who is running – and where.
34 parties are running.
Among those who elected to not run are Ehud Barak’s Atzmaut (Independence) party, the Green party, and the Eretz Yisrael Shelanu party.
The first poll to be released after registration was closed was run by Dialog.
The results of their poll is as follows:
Bayit Yehudi: 11
Yesh Atid: 7
Yahudut HaTorah: 6
Am Shalem: 3
The Dialog poll did not give any seats to Ben-Ari and Eldad’s Otzma L’Yisrael party.
The Manu Geva poll, on the other hand, as reported on Channel 2, gave Otmza L’Yisrael 3 seats.
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