Eighty-four percent of the participants accepted a common government for Israel and Palestine to make peace. The IPC Parliament passed legislation to give the Israeli government, the Palestinian Authority and Hamas a veto power over legislation affecting their domain and control. The Parliament passed legislation requiring both the Israeli and Palestinian sides to teach tolerance and understanding in their public schools and to have a common police force. It failed to pass legislation to build a joint economic zone in Qalandia.
Category: Simulation SummaryBy Josef Avesar