JERUSALEM: Israelis on Tuesday are voting in the country’s second general election in five months.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had called the snap election after failing to form a coalition government with a viable majority after April’s vote, international media reports have said.
Negotiations to form a new coalition are likely to start as soon as voting ends, and exit polls are published.
Netanyahu has reiterated his pledge to annex Jewish settlements in the West Bank. (Agencies)