Agreement Of The Century

(4) Both parties have agreed that the outcome of the permanent status negotiations should not be jeopardised or anticipated by agreements concluded for the transitional period. The executive statement of the Palestinian Council covers all matters within its jurisdiction under this Agreement or a future agreement that may be concluded during the transition period between the two Parties. It includes the power to formulate and implement Palestinian policy and to monitor its implementation, to adopt all rules or regulations within the framework of powers defined in approved laws and administrative decisions necessary for the implementation of Palestinian autonomy, to recruit, prosecute and prosecute personnel and to enter into contracts; and the authority to maintain and manage population and registers; and provide certificates, licenses and documents. Both Israelis and Palestinians have suffered greatly from their long-standing and seemingly endless conflict. For nearly a century, international leaders, diplomats and scientists have been debating the problems and trying to resolve this conflict. The world has changed a lot during this period, as have the security challenges facing the Middle East. Many of the contentious issues have remained largely the same and stubbornly intractable. It is time to end the conflict and unleash the enormous human and economic potential that peace will bring to Israelis, Palestinians and the entire region. Over the decades, many proposals and ideas were presented, but elements of these plans were inaccessible given the local and broader realities of the Middle East.

While no plan will give both parties everything they want, the following is our vision of the best, most realistic and achievable outcome for the parties. 2. With regard to the purpose of holding the elections no later than nine months after the entry into force of this Declaration of Principles, the exact nature and conditions of the elections shall be concluded in accordance with the Protocol annexed to Annex I. In view of this commendable record for more than half a century and the extreme sensitivity towards some of the holy places in Jerusalem, we believe that this practice should be maintained and that all the holy places in Jerusalem should be subject to the same governmental regimes as those that exist today. In particular, the status quo on the Temple Mount/Haram al-Sharif should continue uninterrupted. After unsuccessful Israeli elections, a new agreement on the emergency government was reached on April 20 between the two alliances led by Netanyahu and Gantz, the “Likud bloc” and.dem “Blue-White Bloc”. [86] The agreement contains clauses relating to the draft West Bank annex: one of the main agreements in these agreements provided for security cooperation between the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and the Palestinian Authority security forces (“FSAP”). Although not perfect and subject to regular disputes and even suspensions, security cooperation has significantly improved the stability of the West Bank in recent years for both Palestinians and Israeli residents. The ability of the IDF and the FSAP to cooperate gives hope that a final Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement will overcome security challenges. 1. Disputes arising from the application or interpretation of the Declaration of Principles or subsequent agreements relating to the transitional period shall be settled by negotiations on the Joint Liaison Committee established in accordance with Article X.



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