Palestinian PM-designate suggests forming unity gov't (3)

08:56, March 07, 2011      

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In the meantime, Fayyad also said in the interview that the international community has obligations to help the Palestinians create their own state by September.

There is no need to launch new negotiations between the Palestinians and Israel, Fayyad said. He rejected arguments that dissolving the PNA could be a response to the failure of the peace talks.

"The PNA will be dissolved when the Palestinian state is established, since it was created as a transitional phase," Fayyad said.

Fayyad's two-year plan to upgrade national institutions for a possible declaration of an independent Palestinian state also ends in September. "The definition of a Palestinian state should turn from theory to determinism," he said.
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