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MB hosts small Ramadan dinner and discusses Egypt's  future
MB hosts small Ramadan dinner and discusses Egypt's future
Media spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood, Dr. Mohamed Morsy maintained that the MB would hold a small dinner this year restricted to only a few guests including leaders of political opposition parties, national forces, and intellectuals and human rights activists. The dinner will be limited due to security banning their annual Iftar.
Tuesday, August 17,2010 09:17
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Media spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood, Dr. Mohamed Morsy maintained that the MB would hold a small dinner this year restricted to only a few guests including leaders of political opposition  parties, national forces, and intellectuals and human rights activists. The dinner will be limited due to security banning their annual Iftar.


In a statement to “Ikhwanweb” Morsy confirmed that discussions would revolve around reports submitted by the four committees including the Constitutional Commission, the Legal Committee, the Elections Commission, and the Commission of the future of Egypt


He also emphasised the significance of the political opposition creating a united front against the ruling regimes oppression and corruption stressing that it was high time that the citizens took charge of its leadership crises, and face the tyrannical regime taking into account the future of Egypt and the Egyptians. He ended his statement apologetically ascertaining that the meeting will be limited to those who have been invited without the presence of the media, adding that the media will have access to interviews after the dialogue was over.

tags: Morsy / Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood / Egyptian Opposition / NGOs / Future of Egypt / Ruling Regime / / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood / Moderate MB / Ramadan Dinner / Elections Commission /
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