وقفات جماهيرية بخانيونس تطالب بتعجيل عقد اجتماع الأمناء العامين للفصائل الفلسطينية

The Labor Unity Bloc and the Palestinian Women’s Action Committees Union organized today a series of public sit-ins in the western camp and at the entrance to the new town of Abasan and the roundabout of the large town of Abasan in the Khan Yunis governorate, south of the Gaza Strip, to demand the speedy holding of a Palestinian leadership meeting at the level of the general secretaries of the Palestinian factions Or at a responsible level, to review what was agreed upon in the Ramallah-Beirut meeting.

For his part, the official of the Labor Unity Bloc in the West Khan Yunis Branch called Fadl Mukhaimer during the public stand in the western camp of Khan Yunis, to accelerate the holding of the General Secretaries General meeting of the Palestinian factions, in implementation of what was agreed upon in the Ramallah-Beirut meeting on 3/9/2020 under the chairmanship of President Mahmoud Abbas, And laying down the necessary mechanisms for us to proceed towards implementing what was agreed upon, with concrete and serious steps, with the Palestinian public opinion being the source of judgment on them.

Mukhaimer stressed that the coming stage carries with it broad developments and repercussions that assume the need to accelerate the completion of what has been agreed upon, to confront the Trump-Netanyahu deal and the annexation and encroachment plans and the escalation of Israeli aggression policies against our people and the settlement gangs.

During the public stand on the new town of Abasan, Salah al-Daghma, the official of the Labor Unity Bloc in the new Abasan branch, explained that organizing the sit-down and the massive participation in it in light of the continuing state of emergency and infections in the Corona virus among citizens expresses the street’s eagerness for the option of national unity, ending the division and strengthening national partnership.

Al-Daghma expressed his surprise that nothing had been achieved over a month since the secretaries-general meeting was held, which did not help consolidate the position of the secretaries-general meeting decisions as a decisive stop that helps accelerate the pace of progress towards ending the division on the road to broader engagement in the comprehensive national confrontation.

The official of the Union of Women’s Action Committees in the Abassan al-Kabirah branch called Najla Qudeih to form the unified national leadership for popular resistance and to set the programmatic and organizational definition of this leadership to ensure the revival of the general Palestinian popular situation at home and abroad, within the framework of a comprehensive national confrontation that brings us back to the ABCs of the struggle as a national liberation movement in Facing a racist settler colonial occupation that targets all our national rights and destroys our national project.

During the public stand on the roundabout of the large town of Abasan, Kodeih stressed the necessity of providing the conditions for rebuilding the National Coalition by holding comprehensive elections that lead to the consolidation of national partnership in all Palestinian institutions on which the Palestinian political system is based, and for everyone to assume national responsibility.

She added that «what the secretaries-general decided, especially the formation of a unified national leadership, and the formation of a national body to accomplish a comprehensive struggle strategy for confrontation and work to end the division and restore internal unity is what would stimulate the popular movement and stimulate all forms of legitimate resistance, in the face of occupation and settlement, and building unity. Field for all national work forces, and building practical rapprochement between all parties in the PLO and outside it.

It is noteworthy that the workers ’union bloc is the labor framework for the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, while the Union of Women’s Work Committees is the women’s framework for the Democratic Front.

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