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Palestinian official plays down unity disputes

Hamas deputy leader Musa Abu Marzuk (L) speaks with the head of the PLO delegation Azzam al-Ahmad, a senior figure in the mainstream Fatah party, in Gaza City on April 22, 2014Ramallah (Palestinian Territories) (AFP) – A senior Palestinian official Tuesday played down a financial dispute with Hamas, as the Islamist movement criticised authorities for not paying government workers and for “assaulting” members at a rally. The row over pay for Hamas-appointed government workers in Gaza, which flared last week, was the first hitch in a reconciliation deal between Hamas and the Palestine Liberation Organisation that began with the formation of a new unity government. “Reconciliation does not need to derail because of money,” said Azzam al-Ahmad, a senior member of Fatah, which dominates the PLO, and by extension the Palestinian Authority.

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