100% percent of the participants who voted, accepted a common government for Israel Palestine to make peace. The IPC parliament passed a common constitutional, agreed to give a veto power to the existing Hamas, Palestinian Authority, and the government of Israel over legislation affecting their sovereignty. The parliament agreed to create a Joint Economic Zone between Jerusalem and Qalandia and to have a common police force.
This decision was seen as a significant step towards achieving peace and stability in the region. The creation of a common government for Israel Palestine allows for better coordination and cooperation between the different parties involved.
By giving veto power to Hamas, the Palestinian Authority, and the government of Israel, it ensures that their interests and sovereignty are protected.
The establishment of a Joint Economic Zone between Jerusalem and Qalandia will promote economic development and integration between the two regions. This will lead to increased trade and investment opportunities, benefiting both Israelis and Palestinians.
The agreement to have a common police force is crucial for maintaining law and order and ensuring the safety of all citizens. It will help in preventing and addressing any potential security threats, fostering a sense of security and trust among the population.
Overall, the acceptance of a common government, the creation of a Joint Economic Zone, and the establishment of a common police force are positive steps towards achieving peace and stability in Israel Palestine. However, it is important to note that the implementation of these decisions and the resolution of other outstanding issues will require ongoing efforts and cooperation from all parties involved.