July 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);7/1/2011, Vol. 198 Issue 5123, p14
The article reports that the implementation of the Palestinian reconciliation pact between the secular Fatah movement and the Islamist Hamas in Cairo faced difficulties due to disagreements over the name of the future prime minister. It mentions that Hamas continue to refuse to accept Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority, Salam Fayyad. It states that Fayyad is the choice of the international community and is part of the period of schism which is unacceptable to the Palestinian people.


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