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Morsy commends MB chairman's call for dialogue with political parties and opposition leaders
Morsy commends MB chairman's call for dialogue with political parties and opposition leaders
Muslim Brotherhood spokesman and executive bureau member, Dr. Mohamed Morsy, commended MB chairman's call, Dr. Mohamed Badie, for constructive dialogue with political parties and opposition leaders in Egypt
Monday, July 19,2010 21:59

Dr. Badie invited the leaders of political parties, national forces, intellectuals, and human rights activists to engage in discussion and participate in assessing the upcoming events in Egypt, describing it as "a national duty"


 In a statement, Morsy told "Ikhwanweb" that Egypt is currently facing internal strife with no evident intentions by the regime to improve its situation and to restore the people's trust in its leadership. He acknowledged that whatever leadership is prepared to accept the burden of improving Egypt 's status has a long road ahead of it.  Morsy asserted that Badie's intentions to bring all forces together for dialogue were entirely meant for the wellbeing and interest of Egypt


Dr. Morsy added that the closed meeting is expected to take place  on Tuesday July 20th, noon time, at the MB headquarters followed by a press conference




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