Monday, June 13, 2011

Hamas refuses to Prime Minister Fayyad is a Palestinian unity government

Gaza. .- The Islamist movement Hamas, which governs the Gaza Strip, Wednesday rejected to accept the current prime minister, Salam Fayad, as the next head of government of national unity to be formed soon with the nationalist Fatah. "We will not accept Salam Fayad, who chairs the illegal government in Ramallah, as Executive technocrat prime minister.

Do not accept even as a minister in the unity government", declared the capital of the Palestinian Gaza Hamas leader Salah to Bardawil. Fayad was appointed at a meeting in Ramallah last night as a candidate for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to lead the next cabinet unit, whose next training should end four years of political division between the main Palestinian factions.

"It's no secret that was always Fayad Abbas candidate but obviously you need to choose a consensus choice and more names will be assessed," a source told Efe the Organization for the Liberation of Palestine (PLO) called anonymity. The two main Palestinian political movements signed on 4 May, a reconciliation agreement that ended the conflict has prevailed since the takeover of Gaza by force of Islamists in June 2007, a year after they won the general election.

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