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Katatni: A Parliament-Majority FJP Would Form Broad-Based Government
Katatni: A Parliament-Majority FJP Would Form Broad-Based Government
Assuring that media myth of ‘Ikhwanization’ of state institutions are utter lies, the Freedom and Justice Party chief reaffirms that neither the Brotherhood nor the FJP are out for a power-grab.
Friday, April 19,2013 13:23
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 In a mass rally and meeting in Kafr El-Sheikh province, in Egypt’s Nile Delta, Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni, the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Chairman, reiterated that: "The FJP will not monopolize anything. It does not seek to govern alone, excluding all other parties. Ikhwanization of the State is a blatant lie.



"If we win a majority in the upcoming legislative elections, we’ll have an extended government. Despite differing political orientations, we must agree on certain programs and work to achieve them together. We can agree that everyone who gets a certain percentage in parliamentary elections would be represented in the government."
tags: Katatni / Parliament / Media / Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Parliamentary Elections / Ikhwanization
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