Peace Now representatives presented Justice Minister Haim Ramon on Thursday with a list of illegal outposts which they believed Israel was obliged to remove.
The representatives claimed that 48 of the 105 settlements mentioned in the Sasson report - which reported governmental involvement in the establishment of settlements - were established after Israel had accepted the Road Map.
Ramon said that he had invited both Peace Now and representatives of the Council of Judea, Samaria and Gaza to a ministerial meeting on settlements which he planned for another 10 days. He asked Peace Now representatives to present only data, without their interpretation, Israel Radio reported.
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