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Enhedslisten rejects proposals on Israel-Gaza policy at annual meeting

At their recently held annual meeting, Enhedslisten (The Unity List) took a position on a number of proposals related to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Gaza. These proposals, which addressed changes in the party’s policy towards Israel and Gaza, were all rejected. The proposals presented at the meeting included a controversial proposal titled “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free,” which, according to Berlingske, had the support of 27 members of Enhedslisten. Additionally, there was a proposal to initiate cooperation with the organization DFLP, which is suspected of having participated in terrorist attacks alongside Hamas.

According to Enhedslisten’s press service, all the proposals were either rejected directly or through amendments by the delegates at the annual meeting. This step marks a continuation of the current political line in Enhedslisten regarding the conflict in the Middle East, emphasizing the party’s caution in associating with groups involved in controversial or extreme activities. The annual meeting has thus been a platform for intense debate and decision-making on some of the most pressing international issues affecting global politics and Enhedslisten’s own political position.

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