FJP Candidates Propose Party's Agenda in Sharqia
|Thursday, November 10,2011 00:00|
|By Hassan Saeed|
Wide activity was witnessed in the Egyptian Sharqia governorate as Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), candidates proposed their party's platform to the public outlining their agenda during their electoral campaigns.
In the town of Anshas, a popular conference was organized by the FJP.
Candidates Dr. Amir Bassam, Mohamed Abd Al-Raouf, Yaser Hussanein, and Hossam Mashaal attended the conference.
Bassam stated, "The party's primary objective is Egypt's development and the FJP's top priority is to solve the community's problems, combat corruption, end unemployment and provide stability to Egypt in addition to restoring the country's leading role in the region".
Related, a similar conference was held at the village of Hajj Omar attended by Dr. Farid Ismail Abdul Halim the secretary general and candidate for the FJP in North Sharqia, and candidates Dr. Safwat Sweilam, Mohamed Awad, Ahmed Haggag.
During the conference Ismail explained, "The FJP has proposed a plan to help maintain security and stability in the country by preparing police personnel for the role". He also discussed the party's vision concerning tourism and the upcoming phase, stating, "Tourism is one of the country's main source of income. It is also significant that the people become pro-active during this period and head to the ballots and demonstrate their will with the country's best interests in mind".
Sweilam calling on the crowd added, "I call on you to responsibly cast your vote for those who deserve to be in parliament and are capable of building and developing Egypt restoring its significance in the region".
On another note, in the village of Minia Al-Amh the FJP candidates Samir Al-Wakeel and Hisham Qabil engaged in campaigning were met by excited residents. The villages of Derb Negm and Al Hamdeedeya also hailed the FJP candidates.