The Riddle of Succession in the Palestinian Authority

Yaari, Ehud
May 2014
Washington Institute for Near East Policy: PolicyWatch;2014, p53
The article focuses on the question of succession in the Palestinian Authority. Topics discussed include the possible exit from power of President Mahmoud Abbas and the tentative nature of the unity deal between the Hamas and Fatah factions. The introduction of the post of vice president and the political ramifications of releasing imprisoned Fatah leader Marwan Barghouti are also mentioned.


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