• May 22, 2013

FJP: Salvation Front Lost Credibility by Refusing Dialogue in Abducted Soldiers Crisis

FJP: Salvation Front Lost Credibility by Refusing Dialogue in Abducted Soldiers Crisis

In a press statement, Dr. Murad Ali, media adviser to the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), said: "We hope minority parties – members of the National Salvation Front (NSF) – that failed to respond to President Morsi’s invitation and refused to cooperate with him for the release of soldiers abducted in Sinai, would review their positions.


"Democracy requires that such a minority should cooperate with the government, and not refrain from extending a helping hand, especially in a national crisis.


"The NSF has lost much due to its recent positions that appear to be determined attempts to destroy the President even at the expense of the suffering of ordinary citizens."