May 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);5/16/2011, Vol. 198 Issue 5093, p12
The article reports on the move of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) factions through Dr. Wasil Abou Youssef, a member in the central executive committee of PLO to agree to nominate prime minister Salam Fayyad for leading the future transition government which Palestinian groups agreed to form following the reconciliation agreement signed by Fatah and Hamas in Cairo.


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