PA speaker: Hamas will fulfill its duty to resist

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February 18, 2006 17:04

 
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Hamas legislator Abdel Aziz Duaik, elected parliament speaker in the new PA government, said in his maiden speech that Hamas would try to fulfill its "rightful duty to resist occupation." Duaik also said the new parliament would review "all decisions and decrees" issued during the transitional period, an apparent reference to the last session of the old parliament in which Abbas was given additional powers.

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