Palestine Democratic Union
The Palestinian Democratic Union (Feda) was formed in 1990 after a split occured within the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP). Yasir 'Abd Rabbu became the leader of the new organization, which continued calling itself the DFLP until 1993 when it adopted its new name.
The Union supported the Oslo Accords and also encouraged talks in Madrid, Spain. Members of the organization gained a seat in the Palestinian Legislative Council in 1996 and also obtained a position the PLO's Executive Committee.
Salih Ra'fat is the Secretary General of the Palestinian Democratic Union, and the organization's other leaders include Ali 'Amr, Zahira Kamal, and 'Isam 'Abd al-Latif.
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