I Fronti Popolare e Democratico per la Liberazione della Palestina hanno criticato il governo guidato da Hamas e il movimento di Fatah per la fine del dialogo nazionale volto alla creazione di un governo di unità. E hanno affermato che questi partiti hanno escluso gli altri dai negoziati limintandoli a loro stessi.
Un membro dell’ufficio politido del FDLP, Qays Abu Laila, ha dichiarato che un dialogo bi-polare e l’esclusione di altre fazioni ha condotto al fallimento e al vicolo cieco. "Questa politica è stata una contraddizione nei principi di una reale partnership basata sull’accordo del documento dei prigionieri".
rest of the factions warned from the beginning that the dialogue would fail.
Answering a question about whether the DFLP will participate in the current government if it continues, Abu Laila said the, "DFLP will not take part in any singular government, from the beginning we had endorsed the principle of partnership adopting the international resolutions and the Arab initiative as the basis which guarantees the participation of all."
Representing the PFLP, Kayid Al-Ghool said that his party has recently endeavored to convince Hamas, Fatah and the dialogue committee to reconsider the participation of the rest of the parties in the dialogue.
He told Ma’an that, "a meeting for the dialogue committee is to be held in Gaza on Saturday so as to discuss the issue and try to work out a solution to the current crisis." Al-Ghool affirmed that what had widened the gap between Hamas and Fatah was the exclusion of other factions especially when they reached the point of dividing portfolios.
With regard to the participation of the PFLP in the current government if it continues, he said, "the PFLP calls every party to take part in this government or any other, however it is not necessary that each participant in the dialogue be a part of the government. We will participate in any government on the grounds of a clear program comprising everybody."
When asked about the PFLP’s stance towards the prisoners’ swap, Al-Ghool said, "Hamas have taken it upon themselves to negotiate the prisoners swap without informing any other party including Presiddent Abbas. Upon our request for involvement, they only promised to brief us."