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Politics and government of
the Palestinian territories
The Government of Palestine is split into two separate administrations. The first is Fatah-dominated Palestinian government of June 2007, which is ruling in the West Bank and is generally related as the legal representative of the Palestinian National Authority. The other is the Hamas government of 2012, which is ruling the Gaza Strip.
These organizations have claimed or executed authority over the people in the past:
- Arab Higher Committee, the central political organ of the Arab community of Mandatory Palestine. It was established on 25 April 1936 and sidestepped by the All-Palestine Government in 1948.
- All-Palestine Government, a Palestinian entity set-up by the Arab League in Egyptian occupied Gaza Strip on September 22, 1948. It was dissolved by Egypt in 1959.
- Palestine Liberation Organization, the official representative of the Palestinian people before the international community from 1964 until it was transformed into Palestinian Authority in 1993.
Modern governments 
- Palestinian National Authority, an interim administrative body established by the PLO pursuant to the Oslo Accords of 1993, which exercises limited control of populated areas of the West Bank.
- Hamas administration in the Gaza Strip, which exercises control of that territory after it ousted PNA representatives in 2007.
Executive organs 
Palestinian Authority in the West Bank 
Listed below are the executive organs of the above organizations:
- Palestinian government of October 2002 (PNA)
- Palestinian government of November 2003 (PNA)
- Palestinian government of March 2006 (PNA)
- Palestinian government of March 2007 (PNA, unity of Hamas and Fatah)
- Palestinian government of June 2007 (PNA, Fatah)
Hamas Authority in Gaza Strip 
- First Hamas government 2007-2012 (Hamas Administration in Gaza)
- Second Hamas government September 2012-present (Hamas Administration in Gaza)