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Israel Election: Is Netanyahu Preparing a 'Stop the Steal' Campaign?

The Likud leader is attacking the Central Election Committee and wants to film the vote counting process ■ Voter intimidation is just one objective of this scheme – another is to cast doubt on the election results

Anshel Pfeffer
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Anshel Pfeffer
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In a Twitter Space conversation with supporters a week and a half ago, Benjamin Netanyahu, in response to a question on the reliability of the election results, announced that on Election Day “Likud will, one – tighten the guidelines for the ballot committees and two – actually put observers in the polling stations, in all sectors, in places known for trouble, and we’re strengthening that, filming the counting… this time there will be filming of the counting.”

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