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17/03/2015 06:51 EDT | Actualisé 17/03/2015 06:51 EDT

Israël: Herzog dit que les résultats lui permettent d'être Premier ministre

Co-leaders of the Zionist Union party, Israeli Labour Party leader Isaac Herzog (3rd from R) and Israeli MP Tzipi Livni (R), stand on stage as they react to exit poll figures in Israel's parliamentary elections late on March 17, 2015 at the party's headquarters in the city of Tel Aviv. Herzog said he is still in the race to form Israel's next government after exit polls showed a last-minute surge by the rightwing Likud, leaving the two parties neck-and-neck. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS COEX        (Photo credit should read THOMAS COEX/AFP/Getty Images)
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Co-leaders of the Zionist Union party, Israeli Labour Party leader Isaac Herzog (3rd from R) and Israeli MP Tzipi Livni (R), stand on stage as they react to exit poll figures in Israel's parliamentary elections late on March 17, 2015 at the party's headquarters in the city of Tel Aviv. Herzog said he is still in the race to form Israel's next government after exit polls showed a last-minute surge by the rightwing Likud, leaving the two parties neck-and-neck. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS COEX (Photo credit should read THOMAS COEX/AFP/Getty Images)

Le travailliste Isaac Herzog, chef de file de la coalition de centre gauche Union sioniste, a affirmé mardi soir que les résultats des législatives lui permettaient d’être le futur Premier ministre d’Israël.

« Je vais tout faire pour former un vrai gouvernement social en Israël », a-t-il lancé à ses partisans réunis à Tel-Aviv, alors que les sondages à la sortie des urnes le donnaient au coude à coude avec le parti du Premier ministre sortant Benjamin Netanyahu.

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