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2). Simultaneous with the initial redeployment, all civil powers and responsibilities in zones A and B (about 40 spheres, including those covered by the previous early empowerment agreements) were transferred to the PA. In zone C, the PA was granted functional civil jurisdiction in areas not relating to territory. Powers and responsibilities relating to territory gradually would be transferred to Palestinian jurisdiction, except for areas that were reserved for final status negotiation, such as settlements.

Thus, it is essential to build flexibility and responsiveness into development programs from the outset. A second point concerns the deliberately phased nature of the peace process. The granting of interim Palestinian autonomy in areas of the WBGS was intended to set the stage and improve the climate for the final status negotiations. Certainly, the extended duration of the transition and its yet undetermined outcome has created political vulnerabilities. Protracted transition increases the risk that unforeseen events-whether accidental or deliberate expressions of political rejection by opponents of the peace process-could stall negotiations.

The PCBS has completed three nationally representative types of surveys. A large demographic survey of about 15,000 households was conducted in mid-1995. Two rounds of labor force sample surveys were conducted in September-October 1995 and April-May 1996, each consisting of more than 7,000 households. Beginning in summer 1996, labor force sample surveys were collected on a quarterly basis. A detailed household expenditure survey of around 4,800 households was collected between October 1995 and September 1996.

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