Rus News Journal

M.Abbas: Negotiations about coalition government PNA were at a deadlock

the Chairman of the Palestinian national administration Mahmud Abbas has declared today that negotiations with representatives of movement Hamas about creation of the coalition government of national unity once again were at a deadlock.
we have put weight of efforts in various directions, but, unfortunately, have again appeared at deadlock - has declared M.Abbas after a meeting with US State Secretary Condoleeza Rice in Dzheriho on the Western coast of the river Jordan.
thus advisers of the head of Palestinian autonomy have accused members Hamas that they are not ready to compromises, and have declared that M.Abbas is close to recognising dialogue continuation senseless. The decision will be accepted within the next few days after consultations of executive committee of the Organization of clearing of Palestin, they have informed.
As marks (C) Associated Press, absence of break in negotiations on formation of the coalition government threatens recently reached armistice with Israel as that it has been extended to West cost of the river Jordan, all parties should come to a uniform position on an exchange of the captured. Otherwise Hamas can block any decision on cease-fire.
meanwhile representatives of the movement Hamas not so it is pessimistic estimate a situation at negotiations and refuse to characterise it as deadlock. In their opinion, M.Abbas it is demonstrative bluffs trying to receive bolshee diplomatic and financial assistance of Washington.
M.Abbasa`s moderate party FATH and radical movement Hamas Which is represented by operating prime minister Ismail Hanija, try to generate the new cabinet in hope that it will lead to removal of the economic blockade entered by the West in reply to coming to power Hamas . Negotiations about creation of the coalition government proceed some weeks. The parties have come to the agreement that the new administration should consist of professionals who will be connected with Hamas or FATH, however will not be members of these organisations. Some more disagreements concerning distribution of ministerial portfolioes meanwhile remain.