GAZA: Palestinian Authority president Mehmoud Abbas on Monday said that political partnership could be end in national government if Islamist resistance group Hamas didn’t change its agenda.
According to Alarabiya report, some political differences have emerged among Palestinian Authority and Hamas.
President Abbas said that Hamas administration would be changed its policy in Gaza Strip and he would not retain the bad situation here.
“The 27 members of national government cabinet cannot do something practically in Gaza and the West Bank,” Abbas said.
“We want to make one authority and governance, but the national government could be finished if conflict retain in here,” he added.