Israel's legislative election to elect the members of the 24th Knesset was held on March 23, 2021, and it was the fourth election since April 2019.
On September 17, 2019, elections were held for the second time to elect 120 members of the 22 Knesset. Rivlin selected Netanyahu to form Israel's government on September 25, 2019, but Netanyahu informed the President that he could not form the parliamentary majority.
Blue and White party leader Benny Gantz was given a chance by the President to form the government. He was provided 28 days to form a coalition to form the government. Even he failed to show 61 members supported him on November 21, 2019. Since there were no coalition parties to form the government, Knesset voted again to dissolve it by announcing March 2, 2020, for new elections. After the third election, Netanyahu was sworn as prime minister for the fifth time, with Benny Gantz's coalition on May 17, 2020.
Elections for the 24th Knesset were held on March 23, 2021. Israel's election commission's final results showed that Netanyahu and his allies captured 52 seats, compared to 57 held by his opponents. The parties need to have a coalition to form a government.