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Supporters of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at his election campaign headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel on March 17, 2015. (Lior Mizrahi/Getty Images)

In the hours since Israel’s election results have been reported, with current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu surging to a last-minute victory and Isaac ‘Buji’ Herzog ruling out a potential unity government, pundits and columnists have been busy forecasting what’s to come for Israel and its people.

But what does the actual Knesset look like? The Israel Project has a helpful infographic showing the spread of Knesset seats among the different parties and the MKs who will occupy them. The 20th Knesset will notably include the most women ever—28, up one from the previous session—as well as 14 seats held by the new Arab Joint List.

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