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Israelis vote in fifth general election since 2019(16 images)

Israelis are voting in a fifth general election in less than four years to choose a new parliament on Tuesday. Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is attempting to make a political comeback after being ousted from office in 2021.

A voter casts his ballot at a polling station in Jerusalem on November 1, 2022. Israelis are voting in their fifth general election since 2019. Photo by Debbie Hill/UPI
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A boy puts his mother's ballot into the box at a polling station in the Har Homa settlement. Photo by Debbie Hill/UPI
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Voters are choosing between a right-wing bloc led by former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the current governing alliance of right-wing, left-wing and centrist parties that share little beyond their opposition to the former prime minister. Photo by Debbie Hill/UPI
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Benjamin Netanyahu (R), chairman of the Likud party, and his wife Sara Netanyahu, cast their votes. Netanyahu was ousted from office in 2021. Israel has been governed by a centrist coalition government since. The experimental coalition ultimately failed, ushering in the need for a new prime minister. Photo by Debbie Hill/UPI
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