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Abdel Fattah: Government and Military Junta Obstruct Reconciliation Endeavors
Abdel Fattah: Government and Military Junta Obstruct Reconciliation Endeavors
According to leading political-science professor Abdel-Fattah, two parties are responsible for frustrating national harmony efforts: the interim government and the military council.
Friday, November 1,2013 14:23
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Dr. Seif-Eldin Abdel-Fattah, a political science professor at Cairo University, cast doubt on the accuracy of statements made by Dr. Ziad Bahaa-Eldin, Deputy Prime Minister in the coup government, in which he seemed to lay the blame on the Muslim Brotherhood for delays in reconciliation in Egypt.

In a press statement following a meeting on health and legal guarantees for President Mohamed Morsi, Dr. Abdel-Fattah said: "These statements are not true at all.

"I am a witness to what happened. I intervened in some situations personally. The coup government was a party to the obstruction of reconciliation endeavors, while the military council was the other party."

tags: Muslim Brotherhood / MB / Pro-Legitimacy / Coup / Anti-Coup / Egyptian People / Revolution / January 25 / Military Coup / Legitimate President
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