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FJP Leaders Morsi and Erian: Rights to Be Restored Once State Institutions Rebuilt
FJP Leaders Morsi and Erian: Rights to Be Restored Once State Institutions Rebuilt
Freedom and Justice Party, (FJP), Vice Chairman Dr. Essam El Erian, posted on his personal twitter account that the rights of the martyrs and victims injured in the revolution will only be truly restored once state institutions are built.
Thursday, December 22,2011 16:05
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 Freedom and Justice Party, (FJP), Vice Chairman Dr. Essam El Erian, posted on his personal twitter account that the rights of the martyrs and victims injured in the revolution will only be truly restored once state institutions are built.

 
 
The party’s Chairman Dr. Mohamed Morsi also posted on his twitter account:  “The Egyptian people daily reveal that they truly wish to build these institutions and accomplish the objectives of the January 25 revolution."
 
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