Palestinian Authority and Conflict Over Prime Minister's Role


The international reactions and concerns raised over the resignation of Prime Minister Salaam Fayyad of the Palestinian Authority generates interest in looking into the nature of the Palestinian Authority and the factors and forces that drive conflicts particularly among key players in the organization. This paper explores the flash points within the Palestinian Authority by looking into the nature of the organization in relation to the role of the Prime Minister and other internal and external factors that might be contributory to role conflicts within the organization.

I. Introduction
II. The Palestinian Authority (PA)
III. The Palestinian Legislative Council
IV. The Prime Minister of the PA
V. The Conflict
VI. Sources of Conflict
VII. Conclusion

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