Likud MK skeptical of Palestinian will to reach peace agreement

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 20, 2013 19:01

Likud MK Miri Regev on Saturday expressed her skepticism over the Palestinians' intention to reach an agreement in regard to US Secretary of State John Kerry's announcement that Israel and the Palestinians have laid groundwork for resuming direct peace talks.

Regev requested that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu bring the principles for resuming peace negotiations with the Palestinians to their faction for discussion, according to Israeli media.

According to reports, she also called for Netanyahu to reveal the truth in light of various publications that the groundwork to restart peace negotiations would be based on the pre-1967 lines, and would include the release of "heavyweight" Palestinian prisoners.

She added that she wanted to know what strides the Palestinian leadership would take for peace.  


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