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BETHLEHEM, West Bank, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Fatah, the long-dominant Palestinian political movement, has elected a new Central Committee. Here are the final and official results as published by the election commission on Wednesday.
The commission chose 19 candidates after a re-count found a close vote, rather than 18 as initially planned, adding Tayyeb Abdel-Rahim, an aide to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
Abbas, who was reaffirmed in his role as Fatah chairman last week, appoints people to a further three seats, of which one normally goes to a woman and one to a Christian in addition to his seat as a member.
Abu Maher Ghneim - 1,368 votes:
Re-elected. Now 72, was early member in 1960s.
Mahmoud al-Aloul - 1,102:
Newly elected. Senior official in exile, later Nablus governor.
Marwan Barghouthi - 1,063:
Newly elected. At 50, charismatic figure of generation formed by 1980s uprising against occupation. Serving life in Israeli jail for killings in later Intifada started in 2000.
Naser al-Kidwa - 964:
Yasser Arafat's nephew and former envoy to United Nations. Newly elected. 50.
Salim al-Zanoun - 920:
Jibril Rajoub - 908:
Former security chief. Newly elected.
Tawfiq al-Tirawi - 903:
Former intelligence chief. Newly elected.
Saeb Erekat - 863:
Peace negotiator and former academic. Newly elected.
Othman Abu Gharbiyeh - 854:
Congress chairman. Newly elected.
Mohammed Dahlan - 853:
Former security chief, hated by Hamas. Newly elected.
Mohammed al-Madani - 821:
Former Bethlehem governor. Newly elected.
Jamal Muheisen - 733:
Nablus governor. Newly elected.
Hussein al-Sheikh - 726:
Palestinian Authority official. Newly elected.
Azzam al-Ahmad - 690:
Fatah parliamentary leader. Newly elected.
Sultan Abu al-Enein - 677:
Leads Fatah among Palestinian refugees in Lebanon. Newly elected but now only foreign-based Central Committee member.
Tayyeb Abdel-Rahim - 663:
He served as Presidency General Secretary for Arafat and continued with same position under Abbas. Re-elected.
Abbas Zaki - 642:
Another long-serving Central Committee member. Re-elected.
Nabil Shaath - 641:
Veteran Fatah official and negotiator. Re-elected.
Mohammad Shtayyeh - 641:
Minister for housing and public works. Newly elected.
(Compiled by Mohammed Assadi)
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