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HADAS Political Bureau Resigns
HADAS Political Bureau Resigns
After their Retreat in Recent Elections?HADAS Political Bureau Resigns
In an exclusive statement to Ikhwanweb, the sources stressed that the Political Bureau has resigned and is waiting the decision, as it took this move in order to lift the embarrassment of the Shura Council since it saw itself responsible for this drop in the recent elections.
Tuesday, June 2,2009 10:33
by Kuwait IkhwanWeb

Reliable sources stressed that the Political Bureau of the Islamic Constitutional Movement has resigned following the recent elections as it lost two seats put of three it held in the previous Council.

 

In an exclusive statement to Ikhwanweb, the sources stressed that the Political Bureau has resigned and is waiting the decision, as it took this move in order to lift the embarrassment of the Shura Council since it saw itself responsible for this drop in the recent elections.

 

It should be noted that the elections of HADAS Secretariat took place on 22dn October 2008.

 

The Political Bureau was formed as follows:

 

1- Dr. Badr El Nashy – Secretary-General and Chairman of the Political Bureau

2- Dr. Nasser El Sanea – Deputy Secretary-General and Head of External Relations

3- Mohammed El-Dallal – Deputy Secretary-General and Head of Political Relations

4- Mosaeed El-Zafiri – Spokesman

5- Mohammed El-Basiri – Member of the Political Bureau

6- Dr. Juma El-Harbash – Head of MPs Bureau

7- Mohammed El-Omar – Member of the Political Bureau

8- Abdel Aziz El-Shayji-  Member of the Political Bureau

9- Nassar El-Khaldi – Head of the Electoral Office

10- Fawzy ElQassar – Head of Social Relations

11- Osama Shahin – Head of the Youth Office

 

The movement has announced recently in a statement that it has dismissed Dr. Mohammed El Basiri – Member of the Political Bureau and Former Deputy Chairman of the Board of Nation- due to his participation in the new Kuwaiti Government, in which the Movement announced that it wont participate in.

 


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