Palestinian government assumes responsibilities in Gaza: Hamdallah

Published: September 27, 2017


Palestinian government has assumed its responsibilities in the blockaded Gaza Strip after agreement with Hamas to form a unity government.

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Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah while speaking at a cabinet meeting in Ramallah said the government will form a number of ministerial committees to oversee the handover of crossings and security and government departments in the seaside enclave, which has been ruled by Hamas group since 2007.

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There has been a decade-long split between Gaza and the occupied West Bank since Hamas took control of the coastal enclave, following internal disputes sparked by Hamas’s victory in 2006 elections, which was rejected by rival Fatah group and the international community.

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