The Palestinian government submitted resignation to set up a new government and promote comprehensive reform.However, whether the new government can better govern the west bank of the Jordan River, or even let Israel accept it to manage the Gaza Strip. It is still too early. There are many challenges that must be overcome in the road. Scholars are not optimistic.

Since the outbreak of the Harbin conflict, the United States and Arab countries have been promoting the reform of Palestinian power institutions.Palestinian Prime Minister Ashtier announced on Monday (February 26) that he had resigned to President Abbas, and Abbas asked him to continue to serve as the Prime Minister until the new Prime Minister took office.One day later, a US State Department spokesman Miller said that Washington welcomes positive measures taken to promote reform.

Michael Singh, executive director and senior researcher of the Institute of Policy Research, Washington, said in an interview with Lianhe Morning Post that the United States hopes to see a government that is truly determined to promote reform, and also looks forward to the new government's energy imitation of the transitional government in the 2000s.The Prime Minister Fayz establishes the technical bureaucratic government to solve the corruption, security, governance, education and economic problems of the West Coast and Gaza.

Daninger pointed out: "Only when the successor has the right to carry out serious reforms and make meaningful contacts with Israel and the Arab countries, the resignation of the Ashtier government is meaningful."

Cai Shengrong, a researcher at the Middle East Research Institute (MEI) of the National University of Singapore, told Lianhe Morning Post.The decision is the political calculation of the Pakistan power institution to meet the requirements of all parties.

Cai Shengrong added: "Reorganized regime also means that Abbas can win the time of persuading the party's favorite prime minus candidate through the establishment of a transition government. "

James Dorsey, a part -time senior researcher at the Nanyang Institute of Technology, Nanyang Institute of Technology, told United Morning Post that the reorganization government is more influencing the internal politics of Palestine, that is, the Hamas and the Palestinian Liberation Organization (Papua Jiefen for shortOrganization) The distribution of power; this is also a matter of negotiation in Moscow this week.

Russia recently invited the Palestinian factions to carry out a two -three -day meeting in Moscow on Thursday (29th)."The agreement on the desktop is that Hamas will not become part of the new government, but Hamas will support the new government and become part of the organization.The Oslo Agreement signed by the Pakistani Organization and Israel in 1993.

The "two -country plan" is still long road

However, even if Palestine has successfully reconciled internal differences, it is still long to take over Gaza and implement the "two countries' solutions".Singh believes that no matter who takes up the post of Prime Minister, Israel will probably not accept the "two countries' programs" and allow Pakistani power agencies to take over Gaza, but the United States expects that at least Israel will be willing to cooperate with the new Palestinian government.

Dori analysis said that there are many unknown challenges to accept Israel to accept Palestine to take over Gaza.For example, if Palestine is held to set up a government, Hamas is likely to win.In addition, Abbas, 88, revealed that his health is poor, "many people have the opportunity to become his successor."

Experts generally predict that Abbas may appoint Mohammad Mustafa as the new Prime Minister.

Cai Shengrong said: " Mustafa is not only a member of the executive committee of the Palestinian, but also the chairman of the Palestine Investment Fund (PIF).Management, this will inevitably play an important role in Gaza's reconstruction.