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December 30, 1988 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-30

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Continued from Pagel

ed a visit to Israel on progress
made toward an international
conference for Middle East
peace. But he did not refer to
that condition when he sug-
gested the visit in an inter-
view published in the
Kuwaiti newspaper Al Aruba.
According to local press
reports, Shamir has long held
the Camp David Accords to be
the cornerstone of Israel's
peace policy. But local sources
said his new peace intiative
would no longer insist on a
five-year interim period
before the final status of the
administered territories is
decided,.
Israel would also show
greater flexibility regarding
the personal structure of a
Jordanian-Palestinian peace
delegation.
The sticking point is
whether Israel would veto
Palestine Liberation
Organization members on a
joint delegation, particularly
in light of Egypt's promotion
of the PLO's • recent
moderation.
Shamir's announcement
of his new plan — which
reportedly would involve the
United States and the Soviet
Union — comes on the heels
of PLO leader Niassir Arafat's
peace offensive at the United
Nations.
The United States an-
nounced on Dec. 15 that it is
opening a dialogue with the
PLO. Peres suggested that
Israel respond by allowing
municipal elections inthe ad-
ministered territories, out of
which an indigenous Palesti-
nian leadership presumably
would emerge.
Until now Shamir has in-
sisted that elections must
follow a successful conclusion
of talks on autonomy, as
prescribed by the Camp
David plan.
But last weekend, the
prime minister promised that
Palestinians in the ad-
ministered territories would
be allowed to elect represen-
tatives with whom Israel
could negotiate, within the
Camp David framework.
Shamir said that Israel is
committed to holding
"democratic elections by the
Palestinian Arab population
in the territories for an ad-
ministrative council that
would also be the legitimate
representation of the
Palestinian-Arab population."
According to Shamir, the
elections would be held in the
first stages of the autonomy
plan, which represents a
"very important clause of the
Camp David agreements."
The elected council would
have to be a "living body of
the population of the ter-
ritories."

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