The results of the Israeli elections are still not complete, but already it is clear neither incumbent Benjamin Netanyahu and main challenger Benny Gantz has gained the support of the majority of the 120 incoming Knesset members, with Gantz only a few seats in the lead. Both candidates are now in the process of seeking to form a coalition over the next few days or even weeks. Confused by the situation? This video explains very clearly how a coalition is formed in Israel.

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