Palestinian Prime Minister Shtayyeh resigns from position

The Jerusalem Post reports: “Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh has submitted his resignation to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

Israeli media quoted Shatyyeh as saying, ‘the next step is the need for a new arrangement that will ensure [Palestinian] unity.  We will remain in conflict with Israel until the establishment of a Palestinian State,’ he added. 

Shtayyeh, a member of ruling party Fatah’s Central Committee, has been Palestinian prime minister since 2019.

Initial reports suggested he could be replaced by Mohammad Mustafa, a former deputy prime minister and economist who is also chairman of the Palestinian Investment Fund…”

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