Elections to decide the top of the Palestinian Authority, etc. to be held within half a year September 25, 13:04
Fatah, the largest political power in Palestine in the Middle East, has announced that it has agreed with the Islamic fundamentalist organization Hamas to hold an election to decide the top of the provisional autonomous government within six months.
No elections have been held in Palestine since 2006, and the focus is on how to proceed with the elections in the future.
Fatah, the largest political power in Palestine, and Hamas, an Islamic fundamentalist organization that effectively controls the Gaza Strip, will each discuss on the 24th in Istanbul, Turkey, aiming to hold an election to decide the top of the provisional autonomous government within half a year. Announced that they have agreed.
In Palestine, after the 2005 chairman's election and the 2006 parliamentary self-government council election, such elections have not been held, and it seems that there are conflicts between political powers and the speculation of the Israeli side. I am.
On the other hand, Fatah and Hamas, which have been in conflict, have been discussing with Israel and the UAE = United Arab Emirates and Bahrain to normalize diplomatic relations and to take a unified response as Palestine.
The Palestinian side plans to proceed with discussions with other political powers on the method and date of elections, but the focus is on how to proceed with the actual elections. I will.