"There is no reason to release a plan now if one wanted it to be seriously considered," former ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro told The Jerusalem Post.
Peace for Prosperity does not mention Jerusalem or borders, so it is not clear how they will impact the Palestinian economy and its various sectors.
Here is a list of the main plans and initiatives undertaken by the parties themselves and international mediators since the 1967 Middle East war.
Dennis Ross: Workshop could make ‘contribution’ and lend ‘credence’ to Trump plan.
U.S. President Trump has touted the plan as the "deal of the century" but Palestinian officials have already spurned the U.S. effort, which they believe will be heavily biased in favor of Israel.
"The roadmap that I'm looking for is trying to get the lives of everyday Palestinians improved, and hopefully a government that Israel can do business with,” said Senator Lindsey Graham.
The official did not name the Arab countries that were reportedly pressuring the PA leadership to soften its stance towards the upcoming workshop in Manama, Bahrain.
It is not clear when the political part of the plan would be released.
Such change, moreover, couldn’t have come at a more fitting time.
“There will be no talk about a future Palestinian state,” he said. “The Israeli Right doesn’t believe in the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.”