Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party has lost momentum as a general ballot in Israel draws near, according to a poll by Teleseker published in Maariv. A prospective tally of seats shows the rightist party would get 28 seats in the Knesset in next month’s election, down seven since December. The ruling Kadima party would also get 28 seats—up seven in three weeks. Labour is third with 16 mandates, followed by Israel Our Home with 12 seats, and the International Organization of Torah-observant Sephardic Jews (Shas) with 11 mandates.
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