Former PA minister Fayyad may join Hamas cabinet

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February 23, 2006 18:40

 
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Former Palestinian Authority finance minister Salam Fayyad does not rule out the possibility of joining a Hamas-led cabinet, Sami Abu Zuhri, a spokesman for Hamas, said on Thursday. "Hamas has invited Fayyad to join the new cabinet, and he said he will seriously consider the offer," Abu Zuhri said, noting that Hamas representatives met on Thursday with Fayyad, head of the Third Way list, which has two seats in the new Palestinian Legislative Council. According to the Hamas spokesman, Fayyad stressed during the meeting that his list was keen on helping the new cabinet succeed in its mission.

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