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MB Parliamentary Bloc: Majority of the Ruling Party has Two Agendas to Stay Quite on Corruption
MB Parliamentary Bloc: Majority of the Ruling Party has Two Agendas to Stay Quite on Corruption
Head of MB Parliamentary Bloc ?Majority of the Ruling Party has Two Agendas to Stay Quite on Corruption?
Dr.Mohammed Saad Elkatani (Head of the MB Parliamentary Bloc) in an exclusive statement to Ikhwanweb, accused the majority of the NDP, the ruling party, of having two agendas inside the Council, that was a comment on preventing the MB MP Ashraf Badr Eldin from attending the Council’s meetings until the end of the current parliamentary.
Wednesday, February 11,2009 02:09
by Basma Omar IkhwanWeb

Dr.Mohammed Saad Elkatani (Head of the MB Parliamentary Bloc) in an exclusive statement to Ikhwanweb, accused the majority of the NDP, the ruling party, of having two agendas inside the Council, that was a comment on preventing the MB MP Ashraf Badr Eldin from attending the Council"s meetings until the end of the current parliamentary.
 
He added "there are many cases in which the Council and MPs are insulted and the opposition being accused of betrayal, however, the majority was only voting for the abolishment of these insults even though we have explained the position of MP Ashraf Badr Eldin regarding lifting the shoe in the face of the occupying Zionists, not in the face of the government, but the majority insisted on imposing sanctions on opposition deputies.
 
Katatni has stressed that all these procedures, grieve decisions and oppression of the opposition deputies in the parliament are messages sent to them by NDP to force them to keep quite regarding the corruption and to pretend not seeing it, but he stressed that all of that makes them more determined to continue their way towards reform, change and combating corruption.
 
It is worth noting that Values Commission in the Egyptian Parliament has decided on Tuesday the 9th to deprive the MB MP Ashraf Badr Eldin from attending the meetings until the end of this parliamentary despite the rejection of this decision by MB MPs, independents and three of the NDP.
 
On the other hand, Dr. Katatni commented on the PM Ahmad Nazif"s ignoring opposition MPs during his speech to the parliamentary on Monday. this is a mistake that should not have been done by a Prime Minister of a State in which the opposition gained five seats in the parliament.


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