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Diana Buttu

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Diana Buttu is a Palestinian attorney and analyst. She is a former legal advisor to the Palestinian Liberation Organization, she has worked as a legal adviser and negotiator on peace negotiations between Israeli and Palestinian organizations.  From 2000-2005, she served as legal adviser to President Abbas.

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