Official 2019 Israel election results.
64 percent of Israel’s eligible voters went to the polls on 9 April, 2019. According to the Central Elections Committee, 4,303,415 Israeli citizens voted in these elections.
As at 04:00 on Friday, 12.4.2019, these are the official election results.
- Sixty four percent of eligible voters voted in Tuesday’s 21st general Knesset elections.
- The election cost the tax payer around NIS 300 million
- The paid vacation day for most of Israel’s workers and loss in working hours costs the country many, many, many millions more.
- Final election results as at April 17th, 2019
- 150,000 Israelis spent an enjoyable day in one of Israel’s national parks
- The right-wing government is expected to hold 65 seats/mandates in the Knesset and the left-wing parties are expected to hold 55 seats in the Knesset.
- The winning candidate has a maximum of 42 days to form a coalition – 28 days plus a 14 day extension that the incumbent President of Israel (Reuven Rivlin) is permitted to grant.
- Bennett’s, Feiglin’s and Levy’s parties did not reach the minimum requirement of votes and are out of the running.
- Nearly nine percent of all eligible votes – 366,049 – went to parties that didn’t make it past the electoral threshold.