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Freedom and Justice Party: No Military Coup Dialogue
Freedom and Justice Party: No Military Coup Dialogue
The Muslim Brotherhood’s political wing, the FJP, rejects the military coup d’état as a gross violation of Egypt’s Constitution and law, and all subsequent arrangements, actions and decrees as null and void.
Saturday, July 6,2013 22:19
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The Freedom and Justice Party declined justice Adli Mansour’s invitation to a dialogue session Saturday.

In a press statement, Hussein Ibrahim, FJP Secretary-General, affirmed that the party would not participate in a dialogue session called by Justice Adli Mansour.

"The FJP does not recognize the military coup. Mohamed Morsi is the legitimate President of Egypt."

tags: FJP / Military Coup / Morsi / Hussein Ibrahim / legitimate President / Adli Mansour / Freedom and Justice Party
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