JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel pledged on Wednesday to work quickly to form a new government after his clear-cut election victory as Isaac Herzog, the center-left opposition leader, conceded defeat.“Our country’s everyday reality doesn’t give us the luxury for delay,” Mr. Netanyahu of the conservative Likud Party said in a statement.“The citizens of Israel rightfully expect that we will act quickly and responsibly to establish a leadership that will work for them in areas of defense, the economy and society just as we promised in this campaign — and just like we will now set ourselves towards doing,” he added.

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