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The 19th Knesset: Who Made It In - The List

Wednesday January 23, 2013 8:10 AM - 10 Comments

knessetThe following is the list of candidates who appear to have made it into the 19th Knesset.

Party :

Seats

.

Percent

.

Votes

. Likud-Beytenu :

31

23.24%

831,212

Yesh Atid: :

19

14.19%

507,582

Labor :

15

11.45%

409,468

Shas :

11

8.83%

315,843

HaBayit HaYehudi :

11

8.76%

313,366

UTJ :

7

5.30%

189,666

HaTnua :

6

5.03%

189,666

Meretz :

6

4.59%

164,064

Raam/Taal :

3

3.80%

135,829

Kadima :

2

2.09%

74,735

Hadash :

4

3.12%

111,673

Balad :

5

2.67%

95,312

Otzma L’Yisrael :

0

1.73%

61,753

# Member of Knesset
Likud Beytenu
1 Benjamin Netanyahu
2 Avigdor Liberman
3 Gidon Saar
4 Yair Shamir
5 Gilad Arden
6 Shalom Silvan
7 Uzi Landau
8 Yisrael Katz
9 Danny Danon
10 Sofia Landever
11 Ruby Rivlin
12 Moshe Yaalon
13 Yitzchak Aharonovitz
14 Zeev Elkin
15 Tzipi Hatoveli
16 Abkasis Orly Levy
17 Yariv Levin
18 Yuli Edelstein
19 Pina Kirshenbaum
20 Haim Katz
21 Miri Regev
22 Dudu Rotem
23 Moshe Feiglin
24 Yuval Steinitz
25 Robert Iltov
26 Tzachi HaNegbi
27 Limor Livnat
28 Hemed Amar
29 Ofir Akunis
30 Gila Gamliel
31 Shimon Ohion
HaBayit HaYehudi
1 Naftali Bennett
2 Uri Ariel
3 Nissan Slominsky
4 Eliyahu Ben-Dahan
5 Ayelet Shaked
6 Uri Urbach
7 Zevulun Kalpa
8 Avraham Wertzman
9 Mordechai Yogev
10 Orit Strook
11 Yonatan Shtabon
Yesh Atid
1 Yair Lapid
2 Shai Piron
3 Yael Garman
4 Meir Cohen
5 Yaakov Perry
6 Ofer Shelach
7 Aliza Lavi
8 Yoel Razbuzov
9 Adi Kol
10 Karen Elharhar
11 Miki Levi
12 Shimon Solomon
13 Ruth Kalderon
14 Pnina Tamni-Sheta
15 Rina Frankel
16 Yifat Kariv
17 Dov Lipman
18 Boaz Toporovsky
19 Ronen Hofman
Labor
1 Shelly Yachimovich
2 Yitzchak Herzog
3 Eitan Cabel
4 Meirav Michaeli
5 Benjamin “Fuad” Ben-Eliezer
6 Hilli Bar
7 Yisrael Bar-Lev
8 Stav Shapir
9 Avishai Barurman
10 Arel Margalit
11 Itzik Shmuley
12 Miki Rosental
13 Michal Biran
14 Nachman Shai
15 Moshe Mizrachi
Shas
1 Eli Yishai
2 Aryeh Deri
3 Ariel Attias
4 Yitzchak Cohen
5 Meshulam Nahari
6 Amnon Cohen
7 Yaacov Margi
8 David Azulai
9 Yitzchak Vaknin
10 Nissim Zeev
11 Avraham Michaeli
.
Kadima
1 Shaul Mofaz
2 Yisrael Hasson
UTJ
1 Yaakov Litzman
2 Moshe Gafni
3 Meir Porush
4 Uri Maklev
5 Menachem Moses
6 Yisrael Eichler
7 Yakov Asher
HaTnua
1 Tzipi Livni
2 Amram Mitzna
3 Amir Peretz
4 Elaza Stern
5 Meir Shitrit
6 David Tzur
Meretz
1 Zahava Gal-On
2 Ilan Gil-On
3 Nitzan Horovitz
4 Michal Rozen
5 Iswa Farij
6 Tamar Zandberg
.
Chadash
1 Mohamed Beracha
2 Chana Soyd
3 Dov Chanin
4 Afo Agbereye
Raam-Taal
1 Ibrahim Tsartsur
2 Ahmed Tibi
3 Massoud Gnaum
4 Nabila Aspnyuli
Balad / Raam
1 Zachalka Jimal
2 Hanin Zuabi
3 Basil Jitas

{Matzav.com Israel}

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10 Responses to “The 19th Knesset: Who Made It In - The List”

1. Comment from A Believer
Time January 23, 2013 at 9:09 AM

I’m surprised that Rav Amnon Yitzchak didn’t register any

2. Comment from ernie
Time January 23, 2013 at 9:21 AM

he did. he just didn’t make it in

3. Comment from Yerushalmi
Time January 23, 2013 at 9:45 AM

Party Seats Percent Votes
UTJ :7 5.30% 189,666
HaTnua :6 5.03% 189,666

Something doesn’t figure here.

4. Comment from yaak
Time January 23, 2013 at 11:22 AM

Something is wrong with some of the numbers.

First of all, Balad did not get 5.

Also, you have UTJ and HaTnua with the same amount of votes.

5. Comment from Former Cheder Student
Time January 23, 2013 at 12:01 PM

Reb A Believer:
Apparently people didn’t want to do against the ruling of the sanhedrin.

6. Comment from move to Eretz Yisroel !
Time January 23, 2013 at 12:26 PM

unfortunately, r’ amnon didn’t get enough votes to have his party go over the threshold, it’s a real “chaval”, as he’s a great leader, and would’ve done lots for the benefit of klal yisroel in E”Y

7. Comment from Ben Torah
Time January 23, 2013 at 2:23 PM

If 120 seats have to be filled and the seats won by Rav Amnon Yitzchak and Rav Amsallem don’t get in, how does it work?

Do they divvy up the seats amongst everyone else by the percentage of the overall vote they garnered? Or will Rav Amnon and Rav Amsallem get to redeem themselves by contributing their seats to Shas?

Do the numbers shown here already reflect the votes the non-qualifying parties will be giving to everyone else?

It would be nice to see an article explaing how this works and how many votes it takes to get a seat..

8. Comment from wondering
Time January 23, 2013 at 2:35 PM

wish r amnon made it any idea how many votes he got?

9. Comment from KFTARY
Time January 23, 2013 at 2:57 PM

BS’D
THE BAAL TSHUVA HAS TO DO TSHUVA

10. Comment from me
Time January 23, 2013 at 11:33 PM

When a party fails to reach the threshold, those votes are lost. That is the risk when voting for a small party.

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