(Israele) Dall’annessione lenta a quella accelerata: Il trasferimento dell’amministrazione civile dal Ministro della Difesa al Ministro degli Insediamenti (fonte: Udi Dekel, INSS)

The proposed transfer of the Civil Administration and the Coordination of Government Operations in the Territories (COGAT) from the authority of the Minister of Defense to the authority of a minister from the Religious Zionist Party is intended, in the eyes of the incoming government, to correct the injustice to the settlement population and to implement the conditions for the application of Israeli law in the Jewish communities in the West Bank. Since 1967 Israel has refrained from declaring sovereignty over the West Bank territories, claiming the impermanence of its control over the entire territory, which was administered in accordance with the laws of occupation of international law. The redirected subordination of the Civil Administration, from the military commander – i.e., the GOC of the Central Command – and the Minister of Defense to subordination to the Minister of Settlement, along with the delegation of relevant powers to other government offices, means an end to the existing slow annexation, and its replacement by the accelerated annexation of the territories.

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