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Title: The Matrix: Rights, government and daily life in Palestine
Authors: Khalil, Asem
Keywords: Governance - Palestine;Rule of law - Palestine;Palestine - Politics and government
Issue Date: 3-Jun-2017
Publisher: Middle East Eye
Source: Khalil, Asem. The Matrix: Rights, government and daily life in Palestine, Middle East Eye, 3 June 2017.
Abstract: The article is interested to show how governance works in Palestine with its relation to Basic Human rights, it starts by displaying a hypothetical situation regarding three Women whom holds different shapes of "Palestinian" IDs in which each of these three women has separate protocol of accessing and obtaining certain human rights. The article projects how the application of governance is varied in Palestine due to the Israeli occupation; the writer argues that the fragmentation of governance results in a structure of discrimination that is becoming more entrenched.
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