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Katatny Explains Why FJP Withdrew from SCAF's Advisory Council
Katatny Explains Why FJP Withdrew from SCAF's Advisory Council
Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni, Secretary-General of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP)- stressed that the party has made a decision to withdraw from SCAF's Advisory Council, emphasising that: “Our initial decision to participate in the Council was based on the understanding that it is to be an advisory body to assist the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) in the management of public affairs during the transitional period, and to give advice and opinion on urgent legislation during this stage and until the completion of parliamentary elections.”
Thursday, December 8,2011 17:43
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 Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni, Secretary-General of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP)- stressed that the party has made a decision to withdraw from SCAF's Advisory Council, emphasising that: “Our initial decision to participate in the Council was based on the understanding that it is to be an advisory body to assist the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) in the management of public affairs during the transitional period, and to give advice and opinion on urgent legislation during this stage and until the completion of parliamentary elections.”


In a press statement, Dr. Katatni stated that, after participating in the first sessions of discussions and as a result of several press releases, it transpired that the tasks to be undertaken by the Advisory Council are far beyond what we thought to be its mission, and represent a derogation of the legislative institution and interference in the preparation of the Constituent Assembly which will draft Egypt’s new Constitution. This forced us to withdraw from participation in this Council.

 
Dr. Katatni added that the FJP believes that the next stage requires respect for the will of the people and cooperation between all parties and stakeholders, especially between the military and the interim government and the elected parliament, to take Egypt smoothly through the democratic transition period and onto the shores of safety and stability.
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