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December 17, 1994 | MICHAEL PARKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In some of their toughest negotiations yet, Israel is telling the Palestine Liberation Organization to choose between national elections that would install the first democratically chosen Palestinian government and the early withdrawal of Israeli troops from West Bank towns and villages. "We need the elections for our political credibility, but how much credibility will we have if Israeli soldiers are still present and continuing their occupation--but by our agreement?"
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May 13, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
Israel and the Palestinians have agreed to delay the Israeli troop pullout from most of the West Bank city of Hebron until after the May 29 elections in Israel, a senior Israeli official said. "We have decided, and this was decided together with the Palestinians, that we should delay any further developments in Hebron for the time being in order not to create a lot of friction," said Uri Dromi, director of Israel's Government Press Office.
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May 13, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
Israel and the Palestinians have agreed to delay the Israeli troop pullout from most of the West Bank city of Hebron until after the May 29 elections in Israel, a senior Israeli official said. "We have decided, and this was decided together with the Palestinians, that we should delay any further developments in Hebron for the time being in order not to create a lot of friction," said Uri Dromi, director of Israel's Government Press Office.
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December 17, 1994 | MICHAEL PARKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In some of their toughest negotiations yet, Israel is telling the Palestine Liberation Organization to choose between national elections that would install the first democratically chosen Palestinian government and the early withdrawal of Israeli troops from West Bank towns and villages. "We need the elections for our political credibility, but how much credibility will we have if Israeli soldiers are still present and continuing their occupation--but by our agreement?"
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