Israeli electric company ends power cuts to West Bank after...

Source: Reuters - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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62% Liberal


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Policies:

Private Enterprise
Government Dependence
Clean Energy
Border Wall
Sanctuary Cities

Sentiments

84% "Palestinians in the West Bank rely on IEC for over 95 percent of their electricity supply.""
73% "The Palestinians have tried to reduce what they call their dependence on Israel for energy, in part through state- and private sector-funded solar energy ..."
72% "Israel's state-owned electric company said on Wednesday it was ending power cuts to the occupied West Bank after the Palestinians' main power distributor paid ..."
68% "The cuts led to power outages in the cities of Ramallah and Bethlehem, affecting an estimated 130,000 people, according to JDECO.""
-52% "JERUSALEM/RAMALLAH (Reuters) -""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

84% : Palestinians in the West Bank rely on IEC for over 95 percent of their electricity supply.
73% : The Palestinians have tried to reduce what they call their dependence on Israel for energy, in part through state- and private sector-funded solar energy projects and plans to build their own power plants.
72% : Israel's state-owned electric company said on Wednesday it was ending power cuts to the occupied West Bank after the Palestinians' main power distributor paid off a chunk of debt.
68% : The cuts led to power outages in the cities of Ramallah and Bethlehem, affecting an estimated 130,000 people, according to JDECO.
48% : JERUSALEM/RAMALLAH (Reuters) -

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