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Title: Governance and the constitution in Palestine : from books to action and back
Authors: Khalil, Asem
Keywords: Palestine - Politics and government
Rule of law - Palestine
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: Khalil, Asem. Governance and the Constitution in Palestine: From Books to Action and Back. Working Paper, ISMC’s Dialogues Series, 2016 (Available in English, Arabic, Bahasa-Indonesia, and Urdu).
Abstract: This presentation, is an inquiry and investigation into this simple question: Who governs the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and how? While the question is simple, the answer is very complex. This is because it involves territoriality, ethnicity, nationality, religion, services, people, gender, language, IDs and travel documents, citizenship status, areas or residence, etc. I do not promise to provide a comprehensive answer, but in this presentation I hope to provide possible approaches to the inquiry
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/4320
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