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Hamas: We don’t Want to Monopolize Decision-making
"The incoming government will demonstrate the ultimate model regard the management of the public resources. I would like to assure donating courtiers that their funds to the future government will be put at the service of Palestinians" Hamas prime minister-designated Ismail Haniyah said, hours before Hamas-led government comes out.    "Assorted difficulties and challenges aw
Sunday, March 19,2006 00:00
by El-Said Ramadan, Ikhwanweb
"The incoming government will demonstrate the ultimate model regard the management of the public resources. I would like to assure donating courtiers that their funds to the future government will be put at the service of Palestinians" Hamas prime minister-designated Ismail Haniyah said, hours before Hamas-led government comes out.  
 
"Assorted difficulties and challenges await the incoming government, nevertheless; we have definite plans and visions to solve them," Haniyah asserted in Saturday’s press conference.
 
"From the beginning, we have committed to form a coalition government that compasses all Palestinian powers. To achieve that end, we held numerous meetings with fictions, technocrats, and independents to discuss common views. In this respect, we re-drafted the government’s program many time to reach a meeting point for all Palestinian powers. However, all these efforts seem inadequate to fulfill our aspiration, namely, a coalition government," Haniyah said.
 
However, he stressed that the door is still opened before all Palestinian fictions to join the government till Sunday’s evening, the date of Haniyah-Abbas meeting to consider the new formation.

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