What happens now: A timetable of the process to (maybe) form a government

A look at significant upcoming dates as Israel’s warring political leaders try to navigate the deadlocked election results, prevent a fifth national vote

President Reuven Rivlin casts his ballot at a voting station in Jerusalem, during Knesset elections on March 2, 2020. (Olivier Fitoussi/ Flash90)

With Israel’s latest election over, attempts to form a new government begin, though at the moment the prospects of those efforts succeeding look about as grim as in the wake of the country’s last three inconclusive national votes.

Below is an approximate timeline for the next stages of the process:

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