The Times Of Israel reports:
Israelis will return to the ballot box for the third consecutive national election in 11 months on March 2 after its top politicians again failed to build a governing coalition, in the latest twist in a sprawling and unprecedented crisis that has left the country in political limbo for a year.
The Knesset was automatically dispersed at midnight on Wednesday, but lawmakers continued debating until early Thursday on the date of the vote. With no Knesset member having gained the support of 61 MKs by the midnight deadline, the Knesset officially dissolved and new elections set for 90 days time, March 10.
— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) December 12, 2019
#BREAKING Time's up…
For the first time in history, the Israeli people will have to go through a THIRD election process.
The main issue is not ideology, economics or security, but the indictment of Netanyahu. pic.twitter.com/A62oDPLUUS
— Shay Rosemberg, Esq. (@RosenbergShay) December 12, 2019