Kuwait News Agency (kuna)
July 14, 2008 - 1:45pm

Palestinian Hamas movement denied on Monday receiving any offers concerning national Palestinian reconciliation.
Hamas denied local news on an agreement among Palestinian factions on forming a technocrat government and allowing Arab forces to enter to supervise the reconstruction of the security bodies in Palestine.
Hamas Spokesman Ismail Radhwan told the press "Palestinian elections should be respected, in addition to previous agreements including the Cairo, Makkah, and Sanaa agreements." Radhwan added "The Palestinian Liberation Organization should be reshuffled and the security body reformed to benefit the Palestinian people," he said, adding "any solutions proposed by Fatah should respect Palestinian legislation.
" "The Arab League and Arab countries should play an active role in reuniting the Palestinian front," Radhwan also stressed.
"The Palestinian president's call for national dialogue is 'a media show'; he previously refused to meet with Hamas during his recent visit to Damascus," the figure further accused.


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