While Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud  emerged as the largest party with most of the vote counted in Israel's unprecedented fourth election in two years, he does not have a clear path to a 61-seat majority needed to form a coalition. The bloc for change, spanning left, right and centrist factions is also shy of a majority. KAN reporter Naomi Segal asked Dr. Gayil Talshir, a political scientist at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem to lay out the possible political scenarios.