Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has claimed his right-wing party's major victory in parliamentary elections, despite the election results being unclear. For the fourth time in 2 years for the 120-seat parliament, 90 percent of the votes have been counted till Wednesday evening. Among them, the seat number of Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party and its constituents is seen reaching 52 only. Whereas they need 61 seats to come to power. Regarding the election result, Netanyahu said that the Israelis had "given a big win to the right-wing and my party". In the post-election survey, it was being said that Likud would emerge as the largest party.