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The Prime Minister's Office was created in 2003 to manage day-to-day activities of the Palestinian government. The position was created because both Israel and the United States had indicated their refusal to negotiate directly with Yasser Arafat. The executive structure of the government still resides in the President of the Palestinian National Authority.
The Prime Minister is appointed by the President of the Palestinian National Authority and not directly elected by the Palestinian Legislative Council (parliament) or Palestinian voters.
Unlike the Prime Minister's office in many other nations, the Palestinian Prime Minister is not required to be a member of the legislature while in office. Instead, the appointment is made independently by the ruling party. The Prime Minister is expected to represent the majority party or ruling coalition in the parliament.
|Term of Office||Party|
|19 March 2003||6 September 2003||Fatah|
|7 October 2003||18 December 2005||Fatah|
|18 December 2005||24 December 2005||Fatah|
|24 December 2005||29 March 2006||Fatah|
|29 March 2006||Incumbent||Hamas|
|15 June 2007||Incumbent||Third Way|
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