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Palest inian Succession GHAITH AL-OMARI AN OVERVIEW OF INSTITUTIONAL TURMOIL

@inproceedings{alOmari2015PalestIS,
  title={Palest inian Succession GHAITH AL-OMARI AN OVERVIEW OF INSTITUTIONAL TURMOIL},
  author={Ghaith al-Omari},
  year={2015}
}
© 2015 The Washington Institute for Near East Policy. All rights reserved. T question of Palestinian succession has persisted for some time, fueled by Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas’s repeated threats of resignation, his advanced age, and the legal expiration of his presidential term in 2009. Recently, a number of measures targeting leading Palestinian political figures and institutions as well as reports pertaining to Abbas’s health have added urgency to the succession question… Expand

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