It will be one month until the election of the Autonomous Council for the first time in 15 years, which is scheduled for May in Palestine in the Middle East.
The focus is on how the conflict between political powers can be resolved and the peace talks with Israel can be moved, but there are still issues regarding how to proceed with the election.
Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas announced in January that he would hold an election for the Palestinian Authority on May 22, the first time in 15 years since it was held in 2006.
The victory of the Islamic fundamentalist organization Hamas in the last election intensified internal conflict with the moderate Fatah, leaving Palestine in a split state and causing stagnation in peace talks with Israel.
For this reason, the focus of this election will be whether the conflict between political powers will be resolved and the peace negotiations will be triggered.
On the other hand, in the election, the Palestinian side wants to vote in the area of "East Jerusalem", which is positioned as the future capital, but it is unclear how Israel, which is its territory, will respond, and there are issues regarding how to proceed with the election. It is left.
In addition, dissatisfaction with the unimproved economic situation has caused confusion, such as the separation of influential executives from Abbas's mother, Fatah.
The election is also positioned as a prelude to the chairman's election scheduled for July, but it is still unclear whether it will be realized because it has been pointed out that it may be postponed or canceled.