- FJP News
- June 22, 2011
- 2 minutes read
FJP Begins Coordinating With Other Parties Ahead of Elections
The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) hosted, on Tuesday, June 21, 2011, the second coordination meeting with the political parties and forces of Egypt at 1 pm at the party’s headquarters in Al-Akhchid Street.
The discussions in the meeting continued and developed the previous consultations on coordination of the elections and the drafting of the law of the People’s Assembly. The document of "The National Alliance for Egypt" was also discussed.
In fact, these are the themes that the Coalition of Political Parties and forces began to discuss during its meeting on Tuesday at Al-Wafd Party
Al-Wafd Party called for the first meeting which brought together heads and representatives of the parties: Al-Wafd, Freedom and Justice, Al-Tagammou,The Nasserist Party, Al-Amal, Al-Wasat, Al-Adl, Al-Nour, Al-Karama, Al-Ghad,Al-Tawheed Al-Arabi, Egypt Freedom and the National Assembly for Change.
Attendees at the meeting agreed to invite all parties and political forces (who were not represented at the meeting) to join the coalition, as well as form a committee to finalize the drafting of the law of the parliamentary elections, and another committee to study the elections’ coordination plans; so as to set rules, standards and objectives and the level of coordination in the coming parliamentary elections, and also to form a third commission to receive the notes and remarks on the document of "The National Alliance for Egypt." However, Osama al-Ghazali Harb and Naguib Sawiris attacked and bitterly criticized Al-Wafd Party for its participation in the meetings of the coalition.