Although the March 13 movement never achieved the same level of influence or impact in the Palestinian territory as the others did in Egypt and Tunisia, it was a real grassroots social movement that was critical towards the Palestinian leaderships (Fatah and Hamas). In the West Bank there was concern by Fatah that it was losing the public, which meant that the March 13 demonstrators were under constant scrutiny from the security forces. I don’t expect the same to happen tomorrow, if only because the Palestinian Authority leadership is using the statehood bid in part to regain legitimacy.
Finally, to end of all things Palestinian state-related, here’s a link to a piece I put together yesterday and today for the LSE’s British politics blog on Britain’s current indecision regarding how it will vote on the Palestinian proposal and its wider implications. Nice of them to have asked me to contribute!