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El-Baradei’s Support Committee Distributes Pamphlets Reviving Call for Change
El-Baradei’s Support Committee Distributes Pamphlets Reviving Call for Change
Presidential candidate, Dr. Mohamed El-Baradei’s support committee distributed pamphlets in Alexandria urging people to support the call for reform and change and the end of violence and violations in police stations.
Thursday, December 30,2010 08:14
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Presidential candidate, Dr. Mohamed El-Baradei’s support committee distributed pamphlets in Alexandria urging people to support the call for reform and change and the end of violence and violations in police stations.
 
Close to 500 posters with the motto “Together We Will Change” were hung and the group’s email website link was also printed on the posters, urging people to visit the site and join their cause.

Activists distributed 1000 calendars and extended wishes to enjoy freedom, justice and equality, stressing that it was high time that Egypt  witnesses a new era lifts the tyranny that has been practiced for over 3 decades.

Since his emergence onto the political scene, El-Baradei has garnered the support of numerous political opposition groups including the popular Muslim Brotherhood.
The groups have collaborated despite ideological differences, calling for political reform and constitutional amendments. Signatures have been gathered on both the MB and the NAC websites calling for and promoting peaceful change.

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