Abbas forced to form new government

The Palestinian Authority parliament voted Monday that PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas must form a new government within two weeks.

By AP, JPOST STAFF
October 8, 2005 09:48
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The Palestinian Authority parliament voted Monday that PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas must form a new government within two weeks. The proposal, presented by the parliament speaker, was adopted by a vote of 43-5. Initially, the parliament had planned to vote on a no-confident motion against the government, but that vote was replaced by the speaker's proposal. Abbas can leave the formation of a new government to Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei, or he can make changes in the existing government and call it "new," Israel Radio commented Monday afternoon.

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