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Position Paper by Human Rights Organisations’ on the Independence of the Palestinian Judicial System

12، Aug 2020 Palestinian human rights organisations are following, with concern, the rapidly unfolding developments in the Palestinian Judicial Authority, coinciding with additional serious challenges facing the Palestinian people. In addition to the so-called “Deal of the Century”, the Israeli occupying authorities continue to advance and entrench their annexation, emboldened and supported by the United States, in flagrant violation of international human rights and humanitarian law. Such times require the urgent restoration of the Palestinian political system and the consolidation of public authorities and institutions, most notably the Judicial Authority, based on competence, impartiality, and transparency, to strengthen the separation of...

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