Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Wed78 2020

Last update15:28 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
:: Issues > Democracy
Two Hundred and Sixteen MB Cadres Accused of Using Religious Mottos and Promoting Banned Group
Two Hundred and Sixteen MB Cadres Accused of Using Religious Mottos and Promoting Banned Group
The National Ruling Party (NDP) started the translation of its complaint against the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in which it accused the MB of violating the rules of running for parliamentary elections and using religious mottos which it claimed “contradicts the Constitution”.
Sunday, January 9,2011 18:36
IkhwanWeb

The National Ruling Party (NDP) started the translation of its complaint against the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in which it accused the MB of violating the rules of running for parliamentary elections and using religious mottos which it claimed “contradicts the Constitution”. Safwat Sherif, Secretary-General of the party threatened and hinted that there will be escalations against the MB during the coming period.

Security bodies opened complaints against 216 MB members in Ashmoon and Al-Shohada centres on charges of using religious mottos in the elections and promoting candidates of a banned group. The complaints have been referred to the courts.

The former MP for Ashmoon constituency Eng. Ashraf Badr El-Deen stated that security bodies filed complaints against 179 of his supporters as he submitted a list of the names he submitted to the police station in order to get agencies for his deputies in the electoral committees. He described the situation as “arbitration by the government and a waste of justice”.

Among those referred to trial are the supporters of Yousry Telab, former MP for Al-Shohada centre. Thirty-seven of his supporters faced the same charges as the supporters of Ashraf Badr El-Deen.

Safwat El-Sherif said on the eve of the elections that the NDP will pursue the MB and described them as an “illegal organization which plays a political role that contradicts the Constitution.”
 

tags: NDP / Ruling Party / Muslim Brotherhood / Parliamentary Elections / Elections / MB Members / Supporters / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood / Moderate MB / Safwat Sherif / Ashraf Badr El-Deen / Police Station / Egyptian Constitution
Posted in Democracy  
Print
Related Articles
NDP Tycoons Support Campaign Advocating Gamal Mubarak for Presidency
NDP Has Challenges Cut Out for It
Gamal Mubarak: NDP's Annual Conference Will not Choose Presidential Nominee
El-Erian Lashes Out at NDP's Secretary Labelling his Speech as Worthless
Will the NDP’s House of Cards Collapse?
April 6 Youth's Conference Lashes Out at Mubarak's NDP
NDP Official Begins Party's Defense with Attack
NDP Holds Seventh Annual Conference
NDP MPs Call for the Arrest of members of the
NDP MPs Call for the Arrest of members of the "Parallel Parliament"
NDP Official Ascertains Mubarak Is Party's Presidential Candidate
Media Attacks by NDP against Parallel Parliament
MB and Wafd Unite in Bid to Expose NDP Rigging through Legal and Peaceful Methods
NDP Forms a Committee of Senior Lawyers to Find a Way Out of Electoral Appeals
NDP to present Presidential platform after NDP's 7th Annual Conference
NDP claims struggle against MB is continuous
Leading NDP Figure: Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif's Government Failed
Egypt’s NDP secures well deserved sleight of hand title during round two of poll
Sadat Submits Complaint to the Public Prosecutor Accusing NDP's Ahmed Ezz of Poll Rigging
NDP monopolises parliament after MB and Wafd boycott poll