Israel election 2019: Palestinian-Israelis to boycott vote

Recent polls suggest Palestinian-Israeli voter turnout could be lower than the last elections.

    Israel heads to the polls on Tuesday to elect a new government.

    Almost a fifth of the voters are Palestinian-Israelis, who say they are actively discriminated against.

    And it seems many of them intend to boycott the election.

    Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker reports from northern Israel.


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