Israelis Voting today to break the deadlock on Govt Formation
Israelis started voting today in an unprecedented third parliamentary elections in less than a year, to break the deadlock on government formation.
Neither Netanyahu, who heads the right-wing Likud party, nor his main challenger, Benny Gantz, leader of the Blue and White alliance — were able to put together majority coalitions following the last two elections.
Over 10,000 polling stations were opened to enable about 64.5 lakh eligible voters to cast their ballots. There will also be 14 special polling stations for Israelis quarantined due to possible exposure to Coronavirus.