A Palestinian chief executive confirmed the general findings of the Israeli elections, calling them a 'vote against peace'.
In a statement published on Tuesday night, shortly after the accounts were closed in Israel, a spokesman for PA, Erekat said the polls were out the vote was “the status quo”.
"Israelis have voted to maintain the status quo. They are not said to peace and are in post."
“They want us to live under the deeper apartheid system than in the hours of South Africa's apartheid,” said Erekat.
Earlier on Tuesday, PA chairman Mahmoud Abbas said he and PA's leader were closely following the developments in the statutory election of Israelis in the 21st century.
“We continue to do everything that is happening on the world and especially our neighbors. We hope they follow the right way to come to peace, Abbas said, according to an official official of PA WAFA in stock.
According to polls published on Tuesday night, the party on the left and blue attached to the Likud are attached to the Likud or followed by one or four seats. But the right wing – the only religious on the left – the Arabian block is up to six seats, depending on one vote to leave.