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Akef urges people to vote
Akef urges people to vote
The leader of Egypt’s banned Muslim Brotherhood on Wednesday urged Egyptians to vote in next month’s parliamentary elections saying it may be a fair race but he still warned voters to guard against forgery.The Arab world’s most populous country held its first multi-candidate presidential race in September and holds parliamentary elections, in three stages, starting on November 9.
Friday, October 14,2005 00:00
by Ikhwan Online
The leader of Egypt’s banned Muslim Brotherhood on Wednesday urged Egyptians to vote in next month’s parliamentary elections saying it may be a fair race but he still warned voters to guard against forgery.The Arab world’s most populous country held its first multi-candidate presidential race in September and holds parliamentary elections, in three stages, starting on November 9.
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