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FJP: New PM Should be Efficient, Patriotic, Nonpartisan, and Publicly Acceptable
FJP: New PM Should be Efficient, Patriotic, Nonpartisan, and Publicly Acceptable
The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) states that following the resignation of Essam Sharaf and his cabinet, it is necessary to form an unbiased salvation government to oversee the transition of power during the upcoming period.
Friday, November 25,2011 10:02
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The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) states that following the resignation of Essam Sharaf and his cabinet, it is  necessary to form an unbiased  salvation government to oversee the transition of power during the upcoming period.

It also confirmed that no member from the FJP met with SCAF today. It stated: "The new Prime Minister should be publicly acceptable, patriotic and not favour any political force over any other. Furthermore, he should work efficiently and coexist with members from all ministries".


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