One day after Israelis went to the polls in Knesset elections for the third time in one year, INSS senior research fellows Dr. Yehuda Ben Meir (formerly deputy Foreign Minister) and Amb. Dr. Oded Eran analyze the results of the elections. What are the chances that Israel will go to the polls for a fourth time to form a new government? Will the Supreme Court rule against a Prime Minister serving if he has been indicted on charges of bribery? Will Netanyahu try to pass the so-called “French law” to secure his immunity? What are the chances that a new coalition will approve the annexation of West Bank territory, and how might the US presidential campaign influence this process?