November 2010
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);11/18/2010, Vol. 194 Issue 4983, p6
The article reports on the assertions of Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat that the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) cannot maintain its commitment to an endless negotiating policy with the Israelis. Erekat mentions that Israel has not yet recognized the Palestinian's rights to establish their state along the 1967 borders. Meanwhile, Washington seeks to present a package of incentives to the Palestinians to convince them to return back to direct negotiations with Israel.


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