From the Clinton Parameters
The Clinton Parameters (Hebrew: מתווה קלינטון‎, Mitveh Clinton) were guidelines for a permanent status agreement to resolve the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. They were proposed by then-U.S. President Bill Clinton, following stagnating negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians from 19 to 23 December 2000. The Parameters were the compromises that Clinton believed to be the best possible within the margins of the positions of the two parties. The Clinton Parameters were meant to be the basis for further negotiations.