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1 On June 14, 2007, President Mahmoud Abbas dismissed Haniyeh's government and appointed Fayyad to form an emergency government. However, Haniyeh and Hamas maintain that these actions were illegal and that Haniyeh is still the Prime Minister. Haniyeh still exercises de facto authority in the Gaza Strip, while Fayyad's authority is limited de facto to the West Bank.

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A proposed Constitution of Palestine was first adopted in 1968. After the creation of the Palestinian National Authority in 1994, The Basic Law For the Palestinian National Authority was adopted on July 7, 2002.[1][2] It's regarded as a provisional constitution until the completion of the actual constitution upon the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.

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