In the Israeli parliamentary elections held on 9 April, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party secured 35 of a possible 120 seats, making it the joint-largest party. Likud is likely to form a governing coalition with smaller, right-wing parties, securing Netanyahu's domestic position ahead of his likely indictment for three separate corruption investigations.
Watch Jack Kennedy, a senior analyst on our risk team, as he assesses the outcome.
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