#175 David Teich - like talking to a very thick brick wall - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 18.03.07 | 14:17 (IST)

    He quotes this: http://www.un.org/News/Press/docs/2006/sgsm10434.doc.htm as evidence that the UN sees the PA as the voice of the Pal people IN FINAL STATUS TALKS!! No. It shows the PA is building up the basic infrastructure of government. ALL NATIONS MUST HAVE THAT, David, and that is what the PA is for. "all concerned must understand that the Palestinian Authority provides the bulk of the irreplaceable basic services" - i.e. it is responsible for local government sevices. "These institutions, moreover, are the blocks on which we hope to build a Palestinian State" i.e. it is a local government authority building up the necessary infrastructure to support statehood. The PA *is* crucial to the viability of the future state, but it does not have the authority to steer the Pals to that final status agreement. Yet I have presented you with UN GA Resolutions that state the PLO does, and you just wave them away. Astonishing arrogance!

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