MB Chairman: MB Vows to Defend the Civility of the State Even Against Military Junta
Dr. Mohammed Badie, Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood attended the public conference that was held at the Mosque of Amr Ibn al-Aas in Cairo, and he said that the Muslim Brotherhood told the military junta since the first day that "If you did a good work, we will tell you clearly that you did well, and yet, if you have performed badly, then we will not give you just words! The issue is settled for us. The Brotherhood will remain committed to the revolution and they will also remain loyal to the blood of the martyrs and the unity of Egypt.
The Muslim Brotherhood would not by-any-chance let corruption and tyranny to return once again since they have tasted the joy and sweetness of freedom and unity with the Egyptian people."
Dr. Badie denied and refuted the claims that there was a "deal" between the Brotherhood and the Military, pointing out that the Brotherhood would be the first to lead the opposition against the military junta in case of any abuses or manoeuvres against the civility of the State.
The Brotherhood leader revealed that three experts from the Muslim Brotherhood in the economic sphere – one of whom was an adviser to former finance minister and the minister was never listening to him – met with leaders of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces to study ways to improve the economic performance in Egypt.