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FJP: Refusing Elections, Opposition Willing to Burn Egypt in Alliance with Thugs and Criminals

In the absence of popular bases, community work, election platforms and clear vision, opposition parties would rather burn Egypt than go the ballot-box.

Khalid Hanafi: Freedom and Justice Party Election Platform Near Completion

On the sidelines of an internal elections committee meeting, FJP Secretary Hanafi reveals some details of the party’s election platform – almost complete and ready for release.

Gazzar: Youth Top FJP Lists for Municipal Elections

MP Gazzar refutes claims of FJP marginalizing youths, and reveals that the party is engaging its youths in upcoming local council elections.

FJP Press Release # 13 – Egyptian Shura Council Election Results

Massive victory announced for Freedom and Justice party candidates in the second phase of Shura Council elections.

FJP Press Release # 8,First Phase – Shura Council Elections Results

Judicial committees overseeing the re-election in Menoufia and Qena provinces in Egypt have announced the results for the first phase of the Shura Council elections 2012,

FJP Wins 45.2% In Shura Council Elections, Phase I

Judicial committees supervizing Shura elections have announced that the candidate lists of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) – the Democratic Alliance – have won the highest number of votes

FJP Nominates Katatni as People’s Assembly Chairman

Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Chairman Mohamed Morsi announced on Monday the nomination of FJP's Secretary General Dr. Saad Katatni as FJP's candidate for the People's Assembly Chairman position.

Katatni: Our Meeting with Ganzouri to Coordinate Legislative Agenda

Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni, Secretary-General of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), stated that the meeting which took place Saturday between Dr. Mohamed Morsi, FJP Chairman, and Dr. Kamal Ganzouri,

Aza Al-Garf, Strong Voice in New Parliament Advocating Women Rights

During an international press conference following the 2010 parliamentary elections which were marred by vote-rigging and before the January revolution, Muslim Brotherhood (MB) candidate for the women's quota Aza Al-Garf