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the door lab early exit polls in Israel's national elections showed prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and centrist former general Benny Gantz running neck and neck with some commentators say Netanyahu is on course to secure a right wing governing coalition both Netanyahu and his main rival claimed victory after polls showed that Gansa centrist blue and white party and Netanyahu's Likud had one about the same number of seats in the one hundred twenty member parliament if neither side captures an outright ruling in the Knesset analysts said it likely puts Netanyahu in a stronger position to form a government with the help of far right factions Netanyahu's bid for a record fifth term has been clouded by allegations of corruption if he holds on to win he would become Israel's longest serving prime minister later this year