Brotherhood Chairman Visits “Al Wafd” Liberal Party, Invites Its Leadership For Coalition
|Wednesday, September 24,2008 01:30|
For the first time since ending the conflict between two parts of conflict in Al Wafd Party, Muslim Brotherhood Chairman, Mahdi Akef, accompanied by a group of four MB leaders, visited on Tuesday the headquarters of Al Wafd Party located in Pauls Hanna street, to congratulate the party with Ramadan, as a substitute for the annual breakfast (Iftar) meeting which the security banned the MB from organizing.
Abaza responded that Al Wafd Party is not opposed to coalition or cooperation with any forces that want to change for the better, arguing that Al Wafd Party has a long experience in coordination with parties and political forces, and there was not any kind of interruption between Al Wafd Party and the other parties.
Abaza denied any kind of confrontation with Muslim Brotherhood or any other forces, saying that the constant role of Al Wafd among political forces is cooperation and openness to dialogue without red lines, as long as there are vision and acceptance to points of agreement and disagreement.