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Monday: Press Conference for MB on Government During Elections
Monday: Press Conference for MB on Government During Elections
The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has scheduled a press conference to be held at the parliamentary bloc's headquarters in Cairo at exactly half past twelve Monday.
Saturday, November 20,2010 22:36
IkhwanWeb

The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) is organising a press conference on Monday at 12 pm at the Cairo headquarters. The conference will discuss the violations made by the ruling system in rigging the 2010 parliamentary elections.

MB leaders, prominent figures and supporters of the MB have been under severe attack from security since it announced that it will be running for elections with 30% of the seats.


MB supporters have been arrested, leaflets and posters have been torn up, campaign marches have been forcibly dispersed, rubber bullets and tear gas have been used and mass conferences have been prohibited.

tags: MB Arrests / Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood / Parliamentary Bloc / MB Bloc / Security Forces / State Security / Ruling Regime / Rigging / Parliamentary Elections / Elections / MB Candidates / Parliamentary Seats / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood / Moderate MB
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