Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s prospects for another term look uncertain after partial results from Israel’s fourth national election in two years projected no clear path to victory. Al Jazeera reports that the right-wing bloc led by Netanyahu’s Likud party has a slight edge but is in a tight race with a grouping of centre, left and right-wing parties looking to unseat him. The final tally is expected by Friday with about 12 parties looking to have a realistic chance of qualifying to enter parliament. Israel’s president will then consult party leaders about who they want as prime minister and by April 7, he is expected to choose the legislator with the best chance. That nominee then has up to 42 days to form a government.