Abbas, Fayad "resignation" meeting postponed indefinitely

April 12, 2013 13:05


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A meeting between Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayad and President Mahmoud Abbas, which was supposed to take place late Thursday night was postponed indefinitely Ma'an News Agency reported on Friday morning.

There had been speculation that Fayad was on the verge of handing in his resignation following on going disputes between Fayad and Abbas over differences of opinion in governmental policy.

A US official attempted to scrub the resignation rumors was reported as saying, "he's not tendering his resignation to the best of my knowledge." 

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