Avigdor Lieberman finally confirmed he will recommend Netanyahu for Prime Minister paving the way for an easy coalition.
Likud 35, Shas and UTJ 16, Joint right 5, Kulanu 4, and now Lieberman’s 5 makes it 65 seats – a solid majority.
GreaterLakewood assesses based on the numbers, Bennett’s New party will indeed reach the threshold thus gaining another 4 seats. This may come at the expense of the Arab party Balad which just passed the threshold. The soldiers votes will be counted by the end of the day, Wednesday – Israel time, and will likely net the Arab parties little to no votes.