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PLO

Abbreviation for pluronic lecithin organogel.
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ADC said that the PLO, which has maintained an official General Delegation office in the US since 1994 and has never been forced to close its operations before, ae1/4oeis now being asked to close its diplomatic office in the US for simply trying to advocate for the enforcement of established international laws before the ICC, (which) is extremely troubling.
The PLO has held observer status at the United Nations since 1974.
Later on Tuesday, Abbas is to chair the last meeting of the PLO executive committee to discuss the preparations for holding the PNC sessions that will be held in Ramallah on Sept.
Only then did Washington drop its efforts to boot the PLO out.
Arafat remained as chairman of the PLO until his death in November 2004 after which President Mahmoud Abbas was elected as chairman on November 11, 2004, according to a report of the State of Palestine News Agency "WAFA.
From our side, the priority is to end the conflict, the priority is to end the split, not only to bring Hamas into the PLO," another Fatah official, Mohammad Shtayyeh, said earlier this month.
The PLO has also gained its legitimacy by representing every faction, union or group as well as every Palestinian talent, either in the National Council or in people's institutions.
Yohanan Manor, Chairman of IMPACT-SE: "The 'Zionism is Racism' resolution was part of a Soviet-PLO plan to bring about Israelas expulsion from the United Nations, with the PLO taking its place.
Compared with the PLO's peace seeking policy, Hamas and Islamic Jihad appear the most radical Palestinian groups and, therefore, stayed out of the PLO, which is widely considered as the sole and legitimate representative of the Palestinian people.
The pre-proceedings guide of the PLO states that Family Group Conferences (FGCs) or family meetings should be convened as relevant.
Denying they are containment measures aimed at political survival to avert potential Palestinian simulation in the aftermath of the regime changes in Egypt and Tunisia, the PLO is bracing for what it declares as indeed "the" watershed deadline in September 2011 that would make or break its decision to resume as a partner to the "peace process.
5 similarly reiterated its support for "concluding these (Palestinian -- Israeli) negotiations by September 2011," when the PLO negotiators hope to see international recognition of their aspired state come true.