Charedi factions in Yerushalayim emerged from yesterday’s local election just one seat short of an absolute majority on the city council, with 15 of the council’s 32 seats.
A total of 242,490 Yerushalmis voted Tuesday, representing 38% of the 638,065 eligible voters in the Israeli capital.
Degal Hatorah won six mandates Tuesday, while Agudat Yisrael won three. Shas remained stable at five mandates, while Bnei Torah stayed with a single seat.
Read more at Arutz Sheva.