Within 12 months of Islamic calendar after Declaration of independence the for the state of Palestine, the State of Palestine will exercise a peaceful transparency elections for an interim government participated by all citizens of Palestine to choose leaders of their choice without any form of intimidation directly or indirectly targeted to voters and Political contestants of the Interim Government offices to deal with stability of the state of Palestine and making a democratic constitution. Proposed period of interim government will be 2 years. 

The Elections will vote for the following governmental posts:

  • Prime Minister as the head of State of Palestine
  • Members of Parliament of the state of Palestine
  • Councillors (community leaders) those who propose names of councillors to the parliament to vote for mayor of the Capital City of the state of Palestine and mayors of other cities or Towns, and if state of Palestine is subdivided into districts, District chair should also be elected as a community Councillor and then Qualify to be proposed to the post of district chairman to the parliament by all community councillors of that district.
  • As usual the Prime Minister as head of state of Palestine choose His cabinet and other government posts including head of police, etc. endorsed by the parliament.
  • After endorsement of district chair by the parliament, he or she is responsible for appointing members of Executive council of that district in relation to the cabinet. Every Cabinet Minister must be represented by a member of executive council (MEC) who bridges the government to the Community represented by Councillors.
  • The Interim government is responsible for passing laws of the constitution of the state of Palestine that will determine type of governance and period of office of democratically elected party.
  • The interim government will be responsible for conducting General elections in accordance with the constitution of the state of Palestine and Transition from interim Government to the new democratically elected government during the term of interim government. The new elected government will be sworn in their offices immediately after the end of term of interim government. The Interim government will hand over to the newly democratically elected government on the sworn in ceremony.
  • Upon transferring to a newly democratic government, those who have not managed to be part of newly democratic government by elections will be integrated into new government workers according to their merits as their wages and salaries will be inherited by the new government that will be determined by the new offices allocated for them.  If their allocated offices require more academic excellence, they will be trained and upgraded to the required qualifications by the new government either abroad or inside Palestine without termination of their term of office and their remunerations.