Fayyad is trusted by the donor nations, so his control over money will keep it flowing. The idea of qappointing a government of technocrats until the elections is a good one. And Fayyad is indeed an economist, and non-political. He is not even a member of Fatah.
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U.S., allies conduct 17 strikes against Islamic State in Syria and Iraq (Reuters)
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Sudanese national wounds Israeli soldier in stabbing attack
'This is very serious if it's someone from our community. We roundly condemn it. It's not representative,' says local community head.16:56 07.02.16 | 0 comments