Below is the recording of the simulation.
Mona Ali Khalil believes in the right of self-determination of the Palestinian people and Israeli people. She welcomes the IPC constitution’s vision of two peoples with equal rights working together in a confederation which can guide the Israeli State and the Palestinian State towards peace, justice, dignity and security for both sides provided that the occupation comes to an end.
The IPC simulation assumes that 5 million of the 14 million living in Israel and Palestine would vote in an on-line election to elect a president and vice-president and 300 parliament members. Ms. Khalil suggests that for the confederation to have political viability, the level of voter participation must be much higher. She also took issue with the IPC’s veto structure. She believes that most Israelis and Palestinians would support IPC legislation promoting peaceful co-existence. She applauds the IPC legislation promoting tolerance, recognizing the rights of refugees, and ending the wall.