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Fatah movement re-elects President Abbas as party leader

AP  |  Ramallah (West Bank) 

A leadership conference of the Palestinian Fatah movement has unanimously re-elected President to a new five-year term.

Party official Salim Zanoun asked the gathering yesterday to elect Abbas "by consensus."



The hundreds of delegates stood up and applauded Abbas, who then hugged Zanoun.

The five-day conference is expected to cement Abbas' control of Fatah and lock out his chief rival, the exiled Mohamed Dahlan.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Fatah movement re-elects President Abbas as party leader

A leadership conference of the Palestinian Fatah movement has unanimously re-elected President Mahmoud Abbas to a new five-year term. Party official Salim Zanoun asked the gathering yesterday to elect Abbas "by consensus." The hundreds of delegates stood up and applauded Abbas, who then hugged Zanoun. The five-day conference is expected to cement Abbas' control of Fatah and lock out his chief rival, the exiled Mohamed Dahlan. A leadership conference of the Palestinian Fatah movement has unanimously re-elected President to a new five-year term.

Party official Salim Zanoun asked the gathering yesterday to elect Abbas "by consensus."

The hundreds of delegates stood up and applauded Abbas, who then hugged Zanoun.

The five-day conference is expected to cement Abbas' control of Fatah and lock out his chief rival, the exiled Mohamed Dahlan.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Fatah movement re-elects President Abbas as party leader

A leadership conference of the Palestinian Fatah movement has unanimously re-elected President to a new five-year term.

Party official Salim Zanoun asked the gathering yesterday to elect Abbas "by consensus."

The hundreds of delegates stood up and applauded Abbas, who then hugged Zanoun.

The five-day conference is expected to cement Abbas' control of Fatah and lock out his chief rival, the exiled Mohamed Dahlan.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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