In this case, perhaps the government will be free from its obligations toward those Bedouins who did sign - the vast majority. We've heard 75 to 85% of Bedouins signed the agreement. If they consider themselves a united group, and not a multitude of individuals. Perhaps the government can cancel the whole deal. There is no point in constructing for them a new town, while the old one remains.
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