Explainer-After Israel's tight election, who matters and what happens next?

By Maayan Lubell JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s prospects for another term looked uncertain on Wednesday after partial results from Israel’s fourth national election in two years projected no clear path to victory. The right-wing bloc led by Netanyahu’s Likud party had a slight edge but was in a tight race with a grouping of centre, left and right-wing parties looking to unseat him. WHO ARE THE MAIN PLAYERS? NETANYAHU, 71, campaigned on Israel’s world-beating COVID-19 vaccine rollout, but such is the polarisation in Israeli politics that even this could not break the…

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