Election math doesn't favor Bibi, or anyone else

By Ira Sharkansky Ira Sharkansky JERUSALEM — Israeli politics has too many parties. A coalition government is always necessary. Now, however, the polls are indicating a tie, more or less. Bibi doesn’t have it. He may not get to 61 Seats in the Knesset, even if Bennett joins with him. On the other side, there is a problem of plurality, egos, and a false spectrum of right and left wing parties. It’s false because none of the ideologies is reachable. Right wing parties seem dedicated to a Jewish state and the absorption of more of the West Bank. But the international scene, and especially the Uni…

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