Israel will hold general elections at April 9. Here are some of the information about the process: t
Israel's proportional representation system allows small parties to receive a seat in their parliament of Knesset.
But the least opportunity is blocked, because a party must have at least 3.25% of all the votes (translated to 4 seats) to enter the legislature.
This leads politicians to come together in strategic alliances enabling them to break the obstacle further.
This year 41 separate parties or parties are competing for just a little attention and 6.3 million valid voters, according to the website of the middle elections committee. The people of Israel who are 18 years of age and over can vote.
Voter numbers in the 2015 election were 72.3%.
Each of the organizations that affect a list of candidates will be prioritized, decided in a primary party school or with an internal committee.
The number of seats taken for each list is calculated by the number of votes they win.
For example, if a party or alliance wins a 15 set, the first 15 will be on their list.
The election of parties means that there is none that could affect the majority of Knesset's 61 seats and so after the votes are counted, the horse trade begins, as does the case of votes. the larger parties draw the smaller bodies in the effort of working a partnership.
Reuven Rivlin, the Israeli leader, is at the moment responsible for asking every party after the results have appeared and heard what they recognize to design a government.
Depending on these discussions he requests that the judge has the best chance, and perhaps this is not the largest director.
In 2009, the Kadima group in the middle was the winner of the most seats but could not form a management consortium.
The work to Likud on the Benjamin Netanyahu wing, who had won one seat less than Kadima, was able to build a coalition.
Netanyahu, who was formerly the top professional between 1996 and 1999, retained power in the 2013 and 2015 elections and is looking for the fifth term of this tour.