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The Palestinian Authority Government of March 2006 was a government of the Palestinian National Authority (PA) from 29 March 2006 to 17 March 2007, led by Ismail Haniyeh. After Hamas won the Palestinian legislative election on 25 January 2006, its leader Haniyeh formed a cabinet which comprised mostly Hamas members as well as four independents, after Fatah and other factions refused to join a national unity government. It was the first Hamas-led PA government in the Palestinian territories.

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  • The Palestinian Authority Government of March 2006 was a government of the Palestinian National Authority (PA) from 29 March 2006 to 17 March 2007, led by Ismail Haniyeh. After Hamas won the Palestinian legislative election on 25 January 2006, its leader Haniyeh formed a cabinet which comprised mostly Hamas members as well as four independents, after Fatah and other factions refused to join a national unity government. It was the first Hamas-led PA government in the Palestinian territories.
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  • The Palestinian Authority Government of March 2006 was a government of the Palestinian National Authority (PA) from 29 March 2006 to 17 March 2007, led by Ismail Haniyeh. After Hamas won the Palestinian legislative election on 25 January 2006, its leader Haniyeh formed a cabinet which comprised mostly Hamas members as well as four independents, after Fatah and other factions refused to join a national unity government. It was the first Hamas-led PA government in the Palestinian territories. The Quartet on the Middle East demanded Hamas recognize Israel's right to exist, to forswear violence and to accept the validity of previous Palestinian-Israeli agreements. Hamas rejected these conditions and a substantial part of the international community, especially Israel and the United States, refused to deal with the Hamas government, and imposed sanctions. In an attempt to reduce Israeli and international pressure, in April 2006 Hamas Ministers in the cabinet resigned their membership in Hamas. Following the abduction of Gilad Shalit on 25 June 2006, Israel detained nearly a third of the PLC members and ministers.
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