International Reports

Policy brief: Legal Aspects of Israel's Disengagement Plan under International Humaniterian Law

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20 October 2004

On 14 April 2004, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon presented to President George W.
Bush a Disengagement Plan designed, according to the Israeli prime minister, to improve the security of Israel and stabilize its political and economic situation.
1 After the original disengagement plan was defeated in a Likud referendum in early May, the Israeli prime minister issued a revised version of his Disengagement Plan on 6 June 2004 (See Annex 1: Summary of the Israeli Disengagement Plan of 6 June 2004.