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April 14, 1989 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-14

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Peres May Call
For New State

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Vice
Premier Shimon Peres denied
a recent newspaper report
that he intends to present a
peace plan calling for the
establishment of a
demilitarized Palestinian
state in the administered
territories.
Pressed during a television
interview, however, Peres
hinted that he may have
plans that refer to a "Palesti-
nian entity," pointing out
there was little difference bet-
ween such a body and the
autonomy ideas agreed to by
both Likud and Labor.
He also indicated a new
willingness to consider
negotiations with members of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
"Who does the PLO repre-
sent?" Peres asked. "The ma-
jority of the Palestinians live
in Jordan. The PLO certain-
ly doesn't talk for them. And
if it claims to talk for the
Palestinians on the West
Bank and Gaza, why should
we not talk to them directly?"
The Labor Party leader said
he would discuss his ideas
privately with Yitzhak
Shamir before the prime
minister travels to
Washington in early April.
But he said he would not
discuss them openly or even
present them to the Cabinet
until Shamir returns home.

Israeli Rights
Draft Approved

Jerusalem (JTA) — Taking
a small but important step
forward toward the elusive
goal of having a written con-
stitution, the Israeli Cabinet
last week approved the
Ministry of Justice's draft of
a Basic Law on Human
Rights.
The proposed law would
thereafter be amendable on-
ly by a majority of two-thirds
of the house. It provides for a
special constitutional court,
comprising seven justices of
the High Court, who could ex-
amine and, implicitly, dis-
qualify other legislation
which they ruled contradicted
the provisions of the Basic
Law on Human Rights.
The 24-clause draft bill
opens with a ringing affirma-
tion that "human rights in
Israel are founded on recogni-
tion of humanity itself as a
supreme value, of the sancti-
ty of human life and of
freedom. They are to be
respected in accordance with
the spirit of the principles en-

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