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Press conference promoting transparent elections.
Press conference promoting transparent elections.
A press conference has been scheduled for Sunday October 25th by the movement "Egyptians for free and proper elections" in front of the Journalists' Syndicate to announce the reasons and aims for establishing the movement.
Thursday, October 22,2009 16:03
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A press conference has been scheduled for Sunday October 25th by the movement "Egyptians for free and proper elections" in front of the Journalists' Syndicate to announce the reasons and aims for establishing the movement.

Chancellor Mahmoud Alkhedeiry the founder and organizer of the movement extended an invitation to all members of the media and press to attend the press conference and participate in the discussion about the aims of the movement. He called on all to partake in the dialogue and unite against the fraud and rigging of elections calling for transparent elections.

The movement consists of 5 members of parliaments including Dr Mohamed Saad Alkatatny (MB parliamentary bloc leader), Dr Mohamed Albeltagy, Hamdeen Sabahy, Saad Aboud and Mohamed Alomda in addition to politicians, activists and writers.

 

 

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