Poll: Lieberman strengthens his electoral strength against Netanyahu and the right

The party of former defense minister Avigdor Lieberman will win more seats in the upcoming Israeli elections, at the expense of the Likud Party and other right-wing parties, with 88 days remaining in the run-off elections scheduled for September 17, a poll shown on Friday. Next.

The poll, which was published by local Israeli radio, that this means the declination of the chances of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, to ensure the mass of a coalition of 61 seats in the Knesset out of 120 seats, enabling him to form the next government .

The poll, conducted by the Maagar Mohot Institute, led by Lieberman's Yisrael Beiteinu party, won eight seats in favor of the 5 seats it won in the April 9 elections.

On the other hand, Netanyahu's Likud party won 34 seats compared with 35 in the last elections, while the Lafan Alliance led by General Benny Gantz, from 35 seats to 33 seats.

The Israeli Knesset dissolved itself on May 30 after Netanyahu, despite giving him 28 days, was extended by an additional 14 days to form a new government.

Netanyahu's right-wing camp won 65 seats, including Lieberman's Yisrael Beiteinu party, but Netanyahu's failure to form the government was mainly due to Lieberman's refusal to join it, claiming that Netanyahu accepted the demands of the ultra- On the law of recruitment, considering that the government will be a religious government intransigent, and the beginning of the government of Jewish law.

After the dissolution of the 21st Knesset in less than two months of his election, it was decided for the first time, for a second new election, in less than a year, giving the parties a new opportunity to change their lineup to avoid losing the votes of supporters.

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