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Israeli Elections 2009: The Next Day

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Click refresh to see new updates during the day. What a cliffhanger. What a political system. With 99% of the votes counted, Kadima is ahead of Likud by one seat. (source: Ha’aretz) But here’s the interesting thing: the right-wing bloc ...

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Liveblogging the Israeli Elections 2009

Sticky post. Scroll down for new posts and updates. Welcome to the Israeli Elections 2009 liveblogging post. I will be blogging throughout the day, and will then be joined by two guests with excellent knowledge of the Israeli political system, ...

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Tomorrow’s Election Coverage

I have some exciting news regarding tomorrow’s blogging of the Israeli elections. Stay tuned for more. In the meantime, if any of you are graphically talented and would like to create an election banner for tomorrow’s election post, please write ...

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Many Arabs Want Netanyahu Over Livni

Now this is interesting. With elections looming in problematic Israel, the race seems to be down to right-wing leader Benjamin Netanyahu and center party candidate Zipi Livni. Surprisingly, many Arabs favor a win by the seemingly more hawkish Netanyahu. The ...

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The Other Elections

It’s worth mentioning that there some other elections taking place this weekend. New Zealand looks certain to have a new government after about 3 million Kiwis – almost 10% of whom live in Australia – cast their votes tomorrow. National ...

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