Israel's Ehud Olmert likely to resign as a way of sabotaging a Palestinian peace agreement?
two items of particular interest besides the potential resignation... the first is in the first paragaph and the second is in the last paragraph...
Aljazeera tv reported [Wednesday] that the prime minister of the Israeli occupation government, Ehud Olmert, will announce next week either his resignation or going into a leave for one hundred days.
During his absence, the foreign minister of the Israeli occupation government will be appointed as an acting prime minister for one hundred days.
At the end of this period, Olmert returns if he is vindicated (unlikely), or the acting prime minister, Livni, will be asked to form a new government.
What's interesting is that sudden changes like this one happened in Israel whenever there was possibility for reaching an agreement with the Palestinian Authority, like the assassination of Rabi, the removal of Peres, Netanyaho, and Barak.
did you catch them...?
1. "Israeli occupation government"
2. "sudden changes like this one happened in Israel whenever there was possibility for reaching an agreement with the Palestinian Authority"
just two more instances of perspectives we'd NEVER see on u.s. "news" outlets... Submit To Propeller