A senior official in the Hamas-led government said on Wednesday that a harmony has been reached among Hamas leaders on a prisoners' document.
Finance Minister Omar Abdel Razeq told reporters in Ramallah that there is satisfaction among Hamas leaders on the document " that would gain consensus of all factions and powers."
The document, also known as the Document of National Accordance, calls for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state on the 1967 borders.
The document, drafted by Palestinian leaders jailed in Israeli prison, was widely considered as an implicit recognition of Israel, which contradicts Hamas' charters that call for the destruction of Israel.
"We do agree on most of the document, but there are some points that need to be amended. If the points are amended, all the parties will be satisfied," said Abdel Razeq.
On May 25, President Mahmoud Abbas opened a national dialogue by asking Palestinian factions to accept within 10 days the document, or he would put the proposal to a referendum within 40 days.
Abbas and the Palestine Liberation Organization Executive Committee decided Tuesday to extend the deadline till Friday.