Ahora es cuestión de jugar el juego con habilidad. Está la posibilidad de formar una coalición de partidos sionistas a favor de la retirada con Kadima, Avodá, el partido de los jubilados y Meretz, y no meter a ningún partido religioso ni a ningún partido de derecha a la coalición. Amén.
How funny! how things change. Yesterday and the day before yesterday I was depressed because the results of the elections weren't exactly equal to the exit polls, and Kadima fell from 32 to 28 seats, making impossible to form a coalition that didn't include religious parties. Now things changed again! thanks to the votes of the soldiers and diplomats, and the magic +1 formula that distributes the decimals, Kadima, Meretz and Likud gained each one seat and Raam Taal (an Arab party), Israel Beiteinu (right-wing) and Shas lost each one set.
Now is a question of playing well the game of coalition-building. There is now the possibility of forming a coalition of Zionist parties with 61 members in favor of the disengagement with Kadima, Labor, Meretz and the Pensioneer's party, which will not include any right-wing or religious party. Amen.