The Palestinian Authority
Despite unprecedented income, Palestinian Authority still begs for charity

Financial reports released by the Palestinian Authority show that the the PA's income during the first 10 months of 2021, was the highest ever. Curiously, this fact was entirely absent from the report released by the World Bank in preparation for the meeting of the Ad-Hoc Liaison Committee for Palestine – an international meeting during which the PA cries about its financial woes and begs the international community to donate more and more funds.

According to the PA’s financial report, the PA net income for the first 10 months of 2021 totaled 11,391,800,000 shekels. This reflected a rise of 1.798 billion shekels in comparison to 2019 and over 3 billion shekels in comparison with 2020. Over the last decade, the PA net income has gradually doubled.

The PA publishes monthly financial reports as part of its commitment to financial transparency, and as a prerequisite for receiving some international aid. Instead of focusing merely on the alleged budget deficit as a reason to throw money at the PA, the international donors would be well advised to first take a closer look at where the PA is spending its money.     

# Palestinian Authority # Palestinian Lies
darrel snider 00:57 30.11.2021
That like a idiot needs not to do this with pa.
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