Protesters in the Gaza Strip called on Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas to resign from his post, demanding increased electricity supplies to Gaza, and payment of salaries.
The crowds yelled “Leave!”
President Mahmud Abbas, 83, has been making attempts to pressure his rival Hamas with financial cuts.
The supporters of Hamas protested and demanded the Palestinian Authority to pay the full salaries of public sector employees in Gaza.
Gaza is under control by Hamas movement. Protesters demanded increased electricity supplies to the enclave, where residents receive power in around eight-hour intervals.
Palestinian President Abbas in recent months reduced salaries of public sector employees in the Gaza Strip.
Hamas seized control of Gaza in 2007 in a near civil war with Fatah headed by Abbas.