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  Hamas slashes Fatah majority  West Bank: Voters loosened the dominant movement's hold, but the ruling Fatah remains No. 1   Hamas campaign threatens Fatah Party
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B. 2006-12-18 Hamas to boycott early elections Gaza
2006-01-26 Hamas won elections West Bank
D. 2006-01-25 Hamas slashes Fatah majority West Bank
4. 2006-01-24 Hamas campaign threatens Fatah Party Gaza
5. 2006-01-02 Uncertainty over Palestinian poll West Bank
G. 2005-01-09 Abbas wins presidential election West Bank

  Hamas won elections
  Hamas to boycott early elections

year 2006 Top ^

  The governing Palestinian movement has said it will boycott early elections called by Palestinian Authority President Abbas
  West Bank: Hamas and Fatah supporters scuffled outside the Palestinian parliament building
 Hamas has operated a network of social and charitable organizations for Palestinians. Mahmoud Abbas urged Hamas to keep negotiations moving forward. Israel demanded that the Palestinian Authority disarm the new ruling party and the other terrorist organizations

  1.3 million Palestinians will head to the polls in the first parliamentary elections in a decade
Jan.2 Uncertainty over Palestinian poll  West Bank: Campaigning is set to begin in parliamentary elections, amid doubts about whether the poll will actually go ahead

year 2005 Top ^

Jan.9   Abbas wins presidential election
  West Bank: Early results showed the moderate candidate wins 66% of vote

year 2004 Top ^

May.2   Likud voted against withdrawal from Gaza
  Jerusalem: Prime minister's plan fails to win party support. Sharon has said failure could lead to new elections

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