Olmert: Joint declaration with PA won’t require Plenum’s approval


Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told the cabinet Sunday that any agreement reached with the Palestinians during the Knesset’s winter session would not require the plenum’s approval.

The prime minister said there was a possibility of formulating a joint declaration, rather than a declaration of principles, with the Palestinian Authority.

[This comes as no surprise. I forecast a while back that the document would be framed or described in such a way as to obviate the need for Cabinet approval.]

October 8, 2007 | 13 Comments »

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