Kadima party wins in Israeli elections
The Kadima party led by Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni gained the majority of seats in the Israeli parliamentary elections on Feb. 10. The Israeli Central Election Commission (CEC) released the results on Feb. 11, Interfax reported.
Kadima won 28 seats in the Israeli parliament. Binyamin Netanyahu's Likud party won 27 seats.
Avigdor Lieberman's Israel Our Home party won 15 seats followed by the Avoda party with 13 seats. The Orthodox Shas party won 11 seats in the elections.
Although the results were called final, they do not include roughly 175,000 votes of Israeli servicemen.
The results of their votes will be released on Feb. 12.