PA prime minister tasks c'tee with probing bus accident

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 19, 2012 15:50

 
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Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salaam Fayyad announced Sunday that he planned to set up a committee tasked with investigating the tragic West Bank bus accident that killed 8 people and injured 36 others.

Fayyad gave the committee two weeks to present their findings to the prime minister's office.

The committee will be composed of senior PA officials, including the interior minister, the health minister, the education minister, the local government minister, the public works and housing minister and the chairman of the Palestinian Red Crescent, according to Palestinian Ma'an News Agency.

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