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Ketatni: Egypt's Ruling NDP Resorts to Brutal Methods
Ketatni: Egypt's Ruling NDP Resorts to Brutal Methods
Dr. Mohamed Saad el-Ketatni, head of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Parliamentary bloc, has ascertained that the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) after failing to honestly compete against MB candidates has resorted to repressive measures to stem the Brotherhood's increasing influence on people and prevent them from expressing their views freely.
Sunday, November 14,2010 19:25
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 Dr. Mohamed Saad el-Ketatni, head of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Parliamentary bloc, has ascertained that the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) after failing to honestly compete against MB candidates has resorted to repressive measures to stem the Brotherhood's increasing influence on people and prevent them from expressing their views freely.
 
The state security forces in Monoufeya arrested 50 MBs after seriously assaulting them yesterday evening in front of the Sars Allian police station. They were arrested while protesting to the abduction of Mohamed Mamdouh Abyya, a supporter of MB candidate for parliamentary elections in Menouf and Sars Allian. In a statement to Ikhwanweb, Ketatni asserted that the National Party intends to nationalize the election in its favor by using the Ministry of Interior force to quell the opposition.


Ketatni underscored that these measures reveal the government's real intentions regarding free, fair and impartial elections.
 
He indicated that the NDP was only capable of success during the election if it were rigged in its own favor where person's rights and freedoms are violated by others. 

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