The State cannot accept more than one Nation as a constitutional format. The Nation-State of 1648 is the fundamental flaw of Zionism and yet there are 3 proposals to replicate the State as a format! The One State Group also refers to a Constitution without any mechanism for formulating such a Constitution which must be a Constituent Assembly. The only method to resolve the contradictions is The Federation of Palestinian and Hebrew Nations. My book with that title will be published soon in England.
“Collective Rights. Within the framework of a single democratic state, the Constitution will also protect collective rights and the freedom of association, whether national, ethnic, religious, class or gender. Constitutional guarantees will ensure that all languages, arts and cultures can flourish and develop freely. No group or collectivity will have any privileges, nor will any group or collectivity have any control or domination over others. The Constitution will deny the Parliament the authority to enact any laws that discriminate against any community, be it ethnic, national, religious, cultural or class.”
This passage is the only advance made over the years by the One-State Group. Its significance is reduced by the denial previously of the proposition for National-Cultural Autonomy at the London conference. It is furthermore reduced to an aside by the lack of a proposition for a Constituent Assembly in parallel. All in all, the proposition is grossly lacking in supporting concepts. In place of the Zionist “Jewish and Democratic State” the OSG is proposing, in effect, a “Palestinian and Democratic State”, both of which are self-contradictory.