Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The party of ex-prime minister Netanyahu and related parties have won the Israeli elections. According to exit polls, the bloc garnered a narrow majority of 61 or 62 of the 120 seats in Parliament. It was the fifth time in less than four years that the Israelis could elect a new parliament. Netanyahu is hoping to make a political comeback after waging opposition for more than a year. The current government coalition consists of both left and right parties, which are united primarily in their dislike of the former prime minister. The anti-Netanyahu coalition lost its narrow majority in Parliament earlier this year and failed to regain it. Netanyahu was prime minister in the 90s and later also between 2009 and 2021. About the author: Dorian VogtDorian Vogt is the founder of WeeklyNewsReview project and prolific author of many articles here and beyond. His experience is in guiding others is hard to overestimate. His main interests is Zürich city topics. You can't find anyone more in the know about the local news.