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Rami Hamdallah, new Prime Minister of Palestine

  • 11 Jun 13

Rami-HamdallahRami Hamdallah became the new Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority (PA), after being sworn in before President Mahmud Abbas in the Mugata of Ramallah, in an Executive conference supported by the Nationalist Party, Al Fatah.
This is the fifteenth Executive since the birth of the Palestinian Authority (PA) in 1994, headed by the Nationalist Party, Al Fatah, as a result of the Oslo Agreements signed with Israel.
Born in 1958 in the city of Anabta, on the northern part of the West Bank, the new Palestinian Prime Minister, Rami Hamdallah, graduated in Linguistics at Manchester University, in the united Kingdom, and has headed important commissions in front of Palestinian institutions, such as the Direction Committee for the Union of Islamic Universities, in addition to having been vice president of the Mediterranean Universities Union in Spain.
The new Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah was designated by President Mahmud Abbas, and has made it clear that as Prime minister of the Palestinian Authority (AP) and member of the Nationalist Party Al Fatah, his government “will be a continuation of the preceding” with views to the materialization of a government of national unity articulated around the main two Palestinian bands, the Nationalist Party Al Fatah and the opposing Islamic group, Hamas.

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