“There are several countries in the world that are going to vote this weekend.
It’s going to be a very interesting election, I think,” Mr. Kogan said.
“There will be an extraordinary amount of excitement.
We will be watching.”
The elections are slated to be held on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019.
They will be held under the Israeli Elections Law, which allows Israeli citizens to vote in the country’s election.
The law was passed in November 2020, following months of diplomatic tensions between Israel and the United States over Israel’s refusal to recognize a resolution that recognized the Jewish state.
The elections were expected to be highly contested, with some polls predicting a contested election.
They are being held under Israel’s “new law,” which requires that voters must be at least 18 years old to vote.
Israel’s Supreme Court in April ruled that the law is constitutional.
The court also ruled that a law that requires voters to show photo identification is not an election law.
A group of Israelis who had sought to attend the election have filed a lawsuit in the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) over the law.
They also said the law discriminates against Muslims, who are required to show a photo ID.
The Israelis were granted temporary refugee status in September 2018, but have since been turned back.