Migron deal deadlocked over 6 permanent structures

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February 27, 2012 15:17

 
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Migron residents are refusing to sign a deal with the government to move the West Bank outpost because they do not want six permanent structures there torn down, Army Radio reported Monday.

Earlier Monday, Likud Minister Benny Begin called on the residents to sign a deal to relocate their homes 2 kilometers away, saying he would ask the High Court of Justice to give the settlers until 2015 to make the move.

The High Court of Justice had ordered the state to demolish the Migron outpost, which is home to 50 families, by the end of March.

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