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Palestinian Prime Minister and Cabinet present their resignation to President Abbas

Ramallah, February 26.- The Palestinian Prime Minister, Muhammad Shtayyeh, announced today that he has presented the resignation of the Government, amid strong pressure from Israel and its allies, who demand reforms from President Mahmoud Abbas.

Last Tuesday I made the resignation of the cabinet available to Abbas and this Monday I presented it in writing, Shtayyed detailed at the beginning of a meeting with the ministers in this city.

This decision comes in light of the political, security and economic developments related to the aggression against our people in the Gaza Strip, and the unprecedented escalation in the West Bank,” the official highlighted, quoted by the official news agency. Wafa.

The Palestinian leader denounced the fierce and unprecedented attack against the inhabitants of that coastal enclave, where 2.3 million people live.

He also denounced genocide, attempts at forced displacement, famine in Gaza, the intensification of expansionist policy in the West Bank and terrorism practiced by Jewish settlers.

Shtayyed criticized the neighboring nation's attempts to liquidate the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Middle East and to convert the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) into an administrative security institution, without political content.

This government worked in complex circumstances and faced battles imposed, both by Israel and by international crises, including the COVID-19 pandemic, he stressed.

Five years have passed since the formation of the cabinet, consequently, I see that the next stage and its challenges require new governmental and political agreements that take into account the new reality in Gaza, the national unity talks and the urgent need for an inter-Palestinian consensus, he highlighted.

In recent weeks, Israel has repeatedly demanded changes in the ANP, which was supported by the United States and several allies. (Text and photo: PL)

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