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Katatni Hails Judiciary Decision to Supervise Referendum on Draft Constitution
Katatni Hails Judiciary Decision to Supervise Referendum on Draft Constitution
Freedom and Justice Party Chief Katatni welcomes Egyptian judiciary’s decision to supervise the country’s popular referendum on the new national charter, and reaches out to all opposition parties for real dialogue, consensus and cooperation.
Monday, December 3,2012 21:50
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 In a statement, Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni, Chairman of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), praised the Supreme Judicial Council and State Council judges’ decision to perform their national duty to supervise the referendum on Egypt’s new Constitution.


"I hope this decision will be the beginning of détente in the current crisis. The FJP reaches out to all, for cooperation. We hope to start a national dialogue soon, to build bridges of understanding among all national parties, groups and movements. Egypt is in dire need of her children’s best endeavors."

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