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Akef: the Regime Fears the MB for its Rejection of Autocracy
Akef: the Regime Fears the MB for its Rejection of Autocracy
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Leader, Muhammad Akef, linked the government profound worry of the Muslim Brotherhood to the group’s refusal of utilitarianism; "The regime is still dominant by autocratic
Wednesday, December 14,2005 00:00
by (Ikhwan web)

Akef: the Regime Fears the MB for its Rejection of Autocracy

 

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Leader, Muhammad Akef, linked the government profound worry of the Muslim Brotherhood to the group’s refusal of utilitarianism; "The regime is still dominant by autocratic thought so anti-despotism Brotherhood is a thorn in its side. Besides, Brothers compass morals and methodology that the regime misses,’ Akef told the Spanish T.V. and the Egyptian Al-Ahram Weekly. 

 

He added; "Parliamentary election was disappointing due to frauds and mal-treatment. However, the MB achieved success is quite satisfactory. Actually, parliament representation is not our ultimate target for we seek a comprehensive renascence for Egypt," Akef remarked.

 

For Akef, the persistence of voters to cast ballot defying all hindering measures is the most positive outcome of the vote.  

 

The re-amendment of the constitutional article 76, the abolishment of emergency law, and freedom release top the agenda of the Muslim Brotherhood in the parliament. "Without the regime’s sincere will for reform, long-term action is needed to attain the long-dreamed reform, nevertheless" Akef proclaimed.     

 

tags: parliamentary elections / politics / rigged elections / MB Vs. NDP / MB methodology / democracy / MB Chairman
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