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FJP Chairman Katatni: Sinai Deserves Better Life
FJP Chairman Katatni: Sinai Deserves Better Life
Freedom and Justice Party chief says those boycotting political dialogue should review their positions and discourses; and recommends more comprehensive development of the Sinai Peninsula.
Thursday, May 23,2013 13:57

Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni, Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Chairman, said: "The release of the abducted soldiers in Sinai confirms that our confidence in the President, the military and security services was well-placed.

"I salute all those who participated in solving this crisis peacefully. A tribute to all parties and honorable figures who responded to the President’s invitation and contributed advices and opinions. I do hope those who boycott national dialogue and insist on isolation and division would review their political discourses."

Dr. Katatni further said, "Sinai needs more attention. Sinai residents deserve a better life. The FJP, in its political program, gives absolute priority to development of North Sinai."

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