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49 Candidates for FJP in Run-off
49 Candidates for FJP in Run-off
Tomorrow, Wednesday, witnesses the beginning of Egyptian parliamentary elections’ second phase run-off voting, with 49 Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) candidates race for ‘individual’ seats, out of 59 total candidates from various political affiliations and parties as well as the ‘independents’.
Tuesday, December 20,2011 18:10
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Tomorrow, Wednesday, witnesses the beginning of Egyptian parliamentary elections’ second phase run-off voting, with 49 Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) candidates race for ‘individual’ seats, out of 59 total candidates from various political affiliations and parties as well as the ‘independents’. In addition, proper second phased elections are to be conducted for three party lists postponed earlier: the second list in the Beheira and Sohaj governorates, and the first constituency in Menoufia governorate.

 

The FJP stresses the following points:

 

•       The party renews its call for the Egyptian people to continue the march they started with the parliamentary elections that has thus far reached the middle of the road and needs popular participation and support in order to achieve its goal with the election of a new parliament that reflects the will of all the people. This will certainly be the first and most important station in the democratic transformation for this homeland after the January 25revolution. It is essential, therefore, that the free, enlightened Egyptian people turn out tomorrow and effectively partake in the voting to assure everyone that they are firm on the path, and will not allow anything to to stand in their way.

 

•       Whilst the FJP extends its respect to candidates from all parties and affiliations, it states clearly that it has not held any agreements or alliances in the run-off elections, and that Democratic Alliance is the only coalition for the FJP throughout this election.

 

•       The party calls upon the media, especially those who played a role in the distortion and tarnishing of the Egyptian legislative elections – who continue their role in fomenting sedition, sabotage and arson in the Cabinet street and Qasr Al-Aini – to bear their full historical and national responsibility, and know well that the people who put an end to the 30-year injustice and oppression can face up to all those who vilify the revolution and tarnish its image, because they know such media are closely affiliated with the former regime.

 

tags: FJP / Parliamentary Elections / Egyptian People / Freedom and Justice Party / Democratic Alliance / Former Regime
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