Israel voters head to polls for fourth election in two years

Israelis began voting on Tuesday in the country’s fourth general election in just under two years, with no guarantee that this poll will bring about a more conclusive result than the previous three. Nearly 14,000 polling stations opened at 7am (5am GMT) across the country, several thousand more than previous elections to prevent crowding in the pandemic, Israeli media reported. Authorities erected special busses to create mobile voting booths, that have additional protective measures, for those who are Covid-19 positive, local media reported. Polling booths were also set up in hospitals where …

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