Palestinian National council
The National council Palestinian (CNP) is the Parliament in exile of the Palestinian people. It is the most important institution of the PLO. The executive committee, authority direct of the organization, is elected by the CNP. The first CNP, made up of 422 representatives of the Palestinian communities of Jordan, the West Bank, Gaza, of Syria, the Lebanon, the Kuwait, Iraq, Egypt, the Qatar, Libya and Algeria, east meets in Jerusalem in May 1964 and adopted the Palestinian national Charte. With the 19th session of Algiers in November 1988, the CNP declared unilaterally the independence of the Palestine. After the signature of the Agreements of Oslo, the CNP joined together for the first time in Palestine, in Gaza in April 1996, eliminates from its Charter all the articles blaming the right to the existence of the ةtat of Israel, after a vote of 504 votes for and 54 against this modification. The CNP currently counts 669 members. The 88 members of the Palestinian Legislative council (PLC), directly elected in January 1996, are automatically members of the CNP. With the 98 other members resulting from the Palestinian territories, they represent the Palestinian population living in the occupied territories since 1967. The remainder of the members of the CNP (483) represent the Palestinian diaspora. The Council meets every two years and its resolutions are adopted in the majority and at least two thirds of the members must be present.
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