Analyse, parue dans la presse du Hamas, détaillant les raisons pour lesquelles Salam Fayyad a démissionné tout en rappelant qu’au-delà de motifs strictement palestiniens, Salam Fayyad était placé devant un dilemme insurmontable : développer l’économie d’un pays qui reste soumis à une occupation militaire étrangère.
The Voice of Palestine/ The Palestinian Information Centre (Hamas)
Fayyad’s resignation: Not Quite a good riddance
A news analysis by Khalid Amayreh in Ramallah
[ 4/04/2013 - 03:25 PM
Fayyad represents the unreal part of the problem. Now, with his removal, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas will have to be the cannon fodder himself, or find another Fayyad-like figure that would have to satisfy the Palestinian Main Street and be acceptable to Israel and her guardian-ally, the United States. This is certain to be a near impossible task.
(…) Fayyad may be brilliant as an economic or financial manager, but he has displayed a great deal of naïveté in presuming that he could build a prosperous economy under a crippling foreign military occupation. His job is as impossible as throwing a man, thoroughly handcuffed and foot-shackled, in a pool of water and asking not only to remain afloat but also not to get wet.