Former MK Stav Shaffir on Tuesday said that the results of Israel's elections made for a "difficult morning for every democratic Israeli."
"Giving power to a man who has no morals, who is charged with bribery, whose trial is coming up - is a very deep low for our democracy," she tweeted.
"But there's no reason to get depressed. The eternal nation is not afraid of a long journey. We need to get up and rebuild. This time, without running from ideology - instead waving our flags proudly, with the Jewish-Arab cooperation, and going to battle."
Shaffir was left off the joint Labor-Gesher-Meretz list, and later decided not to run alone.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his wife been the victims of what many on Israel's right have said is a "witch hunt" aimed at bringing the left to power despite the lack of support for their parties in Israel's elections.