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MB: Open to Dialogue As Long as It Respects the Masses Demands
MB: Open to Dialogue As Long as It Respects the Masses Demands
The Muslim Brotherhood’s chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie has stated that January 25th, Day of Rage protests has stuck an incredible sense of pride among Egyptians as the world witnessed Egyptians rise from their apathy and fearlessly voice their dissent against a 30 year dictatorial regime.
Saturday, February 5,2011 12:25
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The Muslim Brotherhood’s chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie has stated that January 25th, Day of Rage protests has instilled an incredible sense of pride among Egyptians as the world witnesses Egyptians rise from their apathy and fearlessly voice their dissent against a 30-year dictatorial regime.

He commended and encouraged the people to continue in their peaceful call, asserting that the turnout of over 7 million people nationwide on Friday’s Day of Departure will be recorded in history. He felt proud as people continued their call for their most basic rights of living in freedom and dignity, adding that the people had the right to call for the ousting of Mubarak and his corrupt regime. Badie reiterates that the MB does not seek power and authority nor does it intend to field any of its members for presidency.

It welcomes constructive and equal dialogue with all Egypt’s political opposition and respects all sects, demanding that all be treated equally and that the people’s will be unconditionally respected and their demands met. He maintained that since the group’s establishment it has worked to achieve comprehensive reform in all fields of political, economic and social development and seeks to restore the people's sovereignty and rights through peaceful strategies. Hence, it is on this note that the MB welcomes open dialogue on the condition that it is genuinely in the best interests of the country and is in accordance with the will of the masses. He stresses there be an outlined agenda and that it be implemented.
Badie ended his statement by stressing that the people’s and nation’s interests must remain the first and foremost priority, asserting that the people are the legitimate decision-makers of their future.

 

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