MB top Lawyer: Egyptian ruling Regime detains 361 MB and raids 106 firms and businesses
|Saturday, October 30,2010 19:13|
The campaigns have targeted MB enterprises and private property affecting their livelihoods.
Furthermore, over 106 establishments employing hundreds of individuals have also been raided.
He confirmed that the government is still continuing its clampdown on the MB in particular and the opposition in general in an effort to thwart any attempts and to communicate effectively with the public, fearing the Brotherhood's ability to influence and push them to claim their rights. He emphasized that this in turn would affect the NDP’s success and the distribution of seats in parliament.
Abdul Maqsoud condemned the regime’s tilting of the scales claiming that while the MB is being targeted, NDP candidates are conducting conferences and posting banners freely.
He confirmed, however, that despite attempts by the regime to thwart MB efforts, the group will continue to defend the interests and rights of the Egyptian people, in order to safeguard the future of the younger generation. He added that the MB will follow its cause in the face of the National Party, which seeks to monopolize the Egyptian political arena.