Wafd Party


Amr Moussa Rebuts Liberals’ Criticism of MB

Former Arab League Chief Amr Moussa, and could-be candidate for the presidential election, spoke yesterday afternoon confirming his objections to extending the current transitional period objecting also to the proposal

MB: Too Early to Decide on Alliance with Wafd Party

Essam Al-Erian, media spokesperson for the Brotherhood, said that it is still too early to decide on an alliance with the Wafd Party.

Protestors demand Mubarak be prosecuted

In an effort to counter the counter-revolution members of the Muslim Brotherhood, youth movements and political parties including the National Democratic Front Party, the Wafd Party, the Ghad Party, united

Youths call for unified entity to represent People of the Revolution

A press conference was held Thursday by a group of independent and politically affiliated youths who took part in Egypt's 25 January revolution at the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate announcing the

Opposition Groups Reject Regime’s Offer To Engage In Talks

Following the last two days of violence Opposition groups have rejected offers to engage in talks.

Egypt’s People’s Parliament Announces 16 MB Names as Members

During a press conference held at the Al-Wafd party’s headquarters on Sunday, the Coordinating Committee of the People's Parliament announced its founding statement and the initial list of members as

The Egyptian People’s Parliament to announce Formation Statement from Al-Wafd Party Sunday

According to Alaa Abdel Monem, media spokesman of the People’s Parliament, the parliament will announce its founding statement and the initial list of members next Sunday at the Al-Wafd party’s

NDP Has Challenges Cut Out for It

Egypt's parliamentary elections that ended on December 5 could be described as unprecedented not because the ruling National Democratic Party won the majority of votes and monopolized the chamber but

Brotherhood reveals its colours

The Muslim Brotherhood's decision to take part in the upcoming People's Assembly elections comes as no surprise.

Mubarak Vows to Combat Corruption and Targets 8% Growth Rate

According to Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak the country’s growth rate is to rise to 8 per cent over the next five years.