New Right did not make it to the finishing line in Israel’s general election, according to the final results released at midnight Thursday. Their leaders, Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked, have filed complaints of irregularities in the counting process. An additional seat placed Likud in first place with 36 seats compared with Blue-White’s 35. United Torah Judaism went up to 7. Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon, whose Kulanu party was left with four, is applying to rejoin Likud. This would raise to 68 the right-wing-religious bloc’s majority backing for Binyamin Netanyahu as next prime minister compared with the center-left’s 56.