On Wednesday, Israel will elect its new government.
The country’s next government will be formed with a total of 12 seats.
The first election in nearly two decades will be held on April 11.
The elections will be televised, and voters will cast ballots on the first day of the new year.
The results of the elections will not be released publicly until late January, at the earliest.
Israel’s new prime minister will be Benjamin Netanyahu.
The election will be contested by a group of right-wingers who, unlike the previous government, are trying to distance themselves from the extremist right wing, which they accuse of inciting violence.
The right-of-center party, Labor, has led a campaign to defeat Netanyahu and to take over his post, while his Labor Party has opposed any form of political pluralism, and has sought to form a coalition government with the main center-left parties.