The Atid Echad ("One Future") party informed Central Elections Committee Chairman Elyakim Rubinstein that it is withdrawing its candidacy from Tuesday's general election. Yehzkel Schetlzer, the party's chairperson, was also its sole Knesset candidate.
The party's platform focused on battling online pornography, which it dubs "the new drug." After the party's withdrawal, the number of parties vying for a seat in Israel's 19th Knesset on Tuesday's election is 32. (Telem Yahav)