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El-Baradei Calls on Independents and the Opposition to Resign from Parliament
El-Baradei Calls on Independents and the Opposition to Resign from Parliament
Upon his return to Cairo a week ago, Dr. Mohamed El-Baradei, chairman of The National Association for Change (NAC), communicated with his supporters through “Twitter”.
Sunday, December 12,2010 00:49
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Upon his return to Cairo a week ago, Dr. Mohamed El-Baradei, chairman of The National Association for Change (NAC), communicated with his supporters through “Twitter”. In his message  he said: “We still have a chance.


to prove the illegitimacy of this parliament and work for the resignation of the independents and the opposition from parliament. Our credibility lies in our actions.”

Al-Wafd party and the Muslim Brotherhood boycotted from the runoff which took place last Sunday, while Al-Tagammu party refused to withdraw.

tags: El-Baradei / Egyptian Parliament / NAC / Supporters / Al-Wafd / Muslim Brotherhood / Elections / Parliamentary Elections / National Association for Change / Tagammu Party / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood / Moderate MB
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