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Bani Ershaid: Jordan’s Islamic movement committed to democratic practices
Bani Ershaid: Jordan’s Islamic movement committed to democratic practices
Zaki Bani Ershaid, the Secretary General of the Islamic Action Front emphasized that Jordan’s Islamic movement is coherent, stressing that whenever external and internal pressures increased coherent and harmonization
Monday, May 11,2009 00:34
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Zaki Bani Ershaid, the Secretary General of the Islamic Action Front emphasized that Jordan’s Islamic movement is coherent, stressing that whenever external and internal pressures increased coherent and harmonization

 

He said in an interview aired on Al-Jazeera TV Saturday that his resignation- have not yet accepted by the party - provide a practical and real exercise of democracy not exists in our Arab-Islamic world at the level of rulers and regimes, whether they are royal or Republic. they reduced policy in the person of a single man or one party.

 

Bani Ershaid called for mainstreaming that experience in all parties and political powers inside and outside Jordan; peaceful rotating for positions, abandoning amid democratic practices.

 

He stressed that different and various viewpoints inside the Islamic movement are considered an enrichment and progress for democratic experience, explaining the movement seeks to develop and benefit from that phenomenon.


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