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Could a cost of living crisis decide the Israeli elections?

While the campaign has attracted international interest, domestic issues weigh heavy on Israelis' minds

By Andrew Hammond  

Isaac Herzog, a challenger to Benjamin Netenyahu, has based part of his campaign on the price of daily necessities like food. © Dan Balilty/AP/Press Association Images

As Israel goes to the polls today, the ballot has attracted very high international attention. This is largely because political momentum appears to be ebbing from Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli’s polarising and second longest-serving prime minister.

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