di DANIEL HAVIV (CABIB)
Il soldati e la democrazia
Tutte queste asserzioni decaderanno nel caso che i due partiti di
maggioranza addivengano ad un accordo tra di loro che, con l'aggiunta di
un altro partito come Avoda',Shas od entrambi ,estromettera` dal gioco
politico il rafforzatosi partito di Liberman e gli altri partiri
dell'estrema destra : in questa ipotesi questi di nuovo si troveranno
scornati nel loro disegno di decidere delle sorti del paese secondo
l'ideologia di un" grande " Israele e non attraverso una spartizione tra
due stati distinti .
INTANTO IL JERUSALEM POST SINTETIZZA IN HOME PAGE LA SITUAZIONE COSI':
Exit polls: Kadima edges Likud
Livni may not be able to form gov't due to large right-wing bloc
Kadima expected to win 30 mandates, Likud - 28, Israel Beiteinu - 15 and
Labor only 13; right-wing bloc slated to win 63-64, left-wing 56-57.
Kadima, Likud claim election victory
Both Livni and Netanyahu say they will be "next PM of Israel," Barak
says he'll continue leading Labor.
Exit polls show Right bloc beating Left
Barak: Shattered system of government must be changed; Meretz leader
Oron: "left-wing hit hard."
February 10, 2009
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Tzipi Livni's Kadima Party appeared to have edged Likud in voting Tuesday, Israeli exit polls showed.
Exit polls released at the close of voting for the 18th Israeli Knesset showed Kadima winning 30 seats and Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud winning 28. Polls throughout the campaign had showed Netanyahu as the front-runner, with Livni gaining ground as Election Day neared.
Avigdor Lieberman's Yisrael Beiteinu vaulted over Labor to become the Knesset's third-largest party, with 15 seats, according to polls, and Labor falling to some 13 seats.
Official results were not expected to be available until the wee hours of Wednesday morning in Israel.
Kadima's apparent victory puts Livni, currently Israel's foreign minister, in the No. 1 spot to put together a coalition government with a minimum of 61 seats and become prime minister.
Still, the right-wing bloc will have about 63 seats, and the left-wing bloc 57, according to exit polls.
Other parties that appear to have passed the minimum threshhold to join the Knesset, according to the exit polls, are Shas, nine seats; Meretz and United Torah Judaism, each with five seats; Jewish Home and Hadash, each with four seats; and Ra'am, Balad and National Union, each with three seats.Voter turnout was higher than expected as Israelis went to the polls Tuesday on a stormy and cold day following a week of unseasonably warm weather, and after a compressed three-week campaign due to the recent war in Gaza.