Prime Minister Netanyahu surprised the Israeli political establishment on May 6 when he called for dissolving the Knesset and holding elections in September, a month earlier than scheduled. Two days later, he cancelled his call for September elections after the opposition party, Kadima, agreed to join his governing coalition. The new government will hold 94 of 120 seats in the Knesset, one of the largest majorities in Israeli history.
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