Pangbangsang Awtoridad a Palestinu

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Pangbangsang Awtoridad a Palestinu
Palestinian National Authority
السلطة الفلسطينية
as-Sulṭa al-Filasṭīnīya
Map showing areas of Palestinian Authority control or joint control (red) as of 2006.
Map showing areas of Palestinian Authority control or
joint control (red) as of 2006.
Administrative centerRamallah
31°54′N 35°12′E / 31.9, 35.2
Largest city Gaza
31°31′N 34°27′E / 31.517, 34.45
Opisyal a amanu Arabic
Kapamahalan Provisional (semi‑presidential)[1]
 -  President Mahmoud Abbas
 -  Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah
Autonomy from Israeli administration
 -  Autonomy establishment accords 13 September 1993 
 -  Palestinian Authority formed 1994 
 -  Oslo II Accord 1995 
 -  Rift of Fatah and Hamas 2007 
 -  State of Palestine becomes a non-member state in UN 29 November 2012 
 -  2015 estimate 4,682,467[2] (123rd)
GDP (PPP) 2008b estimate
 -  Total $11.95 billiona ()
 -  Per capita $2,900 ()
Gini (2009)35.5[3]
HDI (2013)Steady 0.686[4]
medium ·107th
Time zone (UTC+2)
 -  Summer (DST)  (UTC+3)
Date format dd/mm/yyyy
Calling code +970
ISO 3166 code PS
Internet TLD .ps
b. Population and economy statistics and rankings are based data of the PCBS.

Ing Pangbangsang Awtoridad a Palestinu (PA or PNA; السلطة الوطنية الفلسطينيةas-Sulṭa al-Waṭanīya al-Filasṭīnīya, Palestinian National Authority) mitatag ya bang mamunu king Gaza Strip ampong lugal A at B ning West Bank, agpang king Akwerdus ning Oslu anyang 1993.[6][7]

Dalerayan[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

  1. Elections not held between 2006-2012 (Rudoren, Jodi. "The Palestinian Authority", The New York Times. ).
  2. Estimated Population in the Palestinian Territory Mid-Year by Governorate,1997-2016. State of Palestine. Retrieved on 8 June 2014.
  3. GINI Index: West Bank and Gaza. Retrieved on 8 June 2014.
  4. 2014 Human Development Report Summary 21–25. United Nations Development Programme (2014). Retrieved on 27 July 2014.
  5. According to Article 4 of the 1994 Paris Protocol. The Protocol allows the Palestinian Authority to adopt multiple currencies. In the West Bank, the Israeli new sheqel and Jordanian dinar are widely accepted; while in the Gaza Strip, the Israeli new sheqel and Egyptian pound are widely accepted.
  6. Rudoren, Jodi. "The Palestinian Authority", The New York Times. 
  7. "The Palestinian government", CNN (5 April 2001). Retrieved on 26 November 2012. 

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