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Saleh: Military Council eyes constitutional amendment on parties
Saleh: Military Council eyes constitutional amendment on parties
Lawyer Sobhi Saleh, the Muslim Brotherhood member on the panel to amend the constitution, has revealed that there are four laws the committee has modified and sent to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces.
Thursday, March 10,2011 16:07
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Lawyer Sobhi Saleh, the Muslim Brotherhood member on the panel to amend the constitution, has revealed that there are four laws the committee has modified and sent to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces . The four laws include the exercise of political rights, presidency, the People's Assembly and Shura Council.
 
During a conference held Wednesday night at Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, entitled "Yes to the constitutional amendments", MP Sobhi Saleh has indicated: "Law on the exercise of political rights mandated that security authorities must be notified, not licensed, the Political Parties' Affairs Committee should be repealed, the Government has the right to object it must be in accordance with a lawsuit before the court, and the party has been active till further notice," adding that the junta approved the draft law.

tags: Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood / Shura Council / Constitutional Amendments / Political Parties / Muslim Brotherhood / Democracy in Egypt / Egyptian Democracy / Moderat Muslim Brotherhood / Moderat MB / Sobhi Saleh / Armed Forces / Junta / Al-Ahram Center
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