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74% of Palestinians do not want Abbas to take office – Middle East Monitor

Three-quarters of Palestinians do not want Palestinian Authority (PA), Fatah and PLO President Mahmoud Abbas as president. Al Resalah yesterday’s newspaper reported.

The poll was conducted between September 13 and 17, ahead of Abbas’ speech at the United Nations General Assembly this week, according to the news site.

We found that 26% of respondents were satisfied with Abbas, while 71% were dissatisfied.

Meanwhile, 74% of those surveyed said they didn’t want Abbas to be president, and only 23% said they wanted him to stay.

Abbas issued several decrees, prevention The holding of parliamentary and presidential elections, which most Palestinians believe to have been held, met Israel’s desire to keep the Palestinians divided within the country.

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