online voting in the elections

Israel has a very confusing political landscape.  With people constantly moving from one party to another, or splitting from parties and creating a new party, it can often be difficult to make a voting decision in elections.

Along with a completely dysfunctional electoral system, electoral results very rarely reflect the position of the electorate.  When you factor in bizarre coalition partnerships, more often that not the party you voted for is part of a Government that does not reflect your views in any way.

With the election on 22 January fast approaching, a unique method has been found to make that decision for you.

The 2013 Israeli Election Compass, a project of the Israel Democracy Institute, tells you who to vote for, based on a series of questions.

Perhaps it should be introduced to replace the current system…



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