Egypt`s opposition vows to restore usurped rights
Egypt`s banned opposition group Muslim Brotherhood has vowed to work with national forces to restore the `usurped rights and freedom` of the Egyptian people and usher in electoral reforms.
Cairo: Egypt`s banned opposition group
Muslim Brotherhood has vowed to work with national forces to
restore the `usurped rights and freedom` of the Egyptian
people and usher in electoral reforms.
Denying any deal with the government a top party
leader Muhammad Sa`d al-Katatni has declared that a report of
negotiations between the group and the government is
groundless and baseless.
In a statement to Ikhwanonline, al-Katatni said that
the MB Group has often announced that it opposed the principle
of the deals whether with the ruling National Democratic Party
[NDP] or others and that the opposition group is continuing on
the path of reform, particularly political and economic.
The MB Group is working alongside the national forces
until the Egyptian people regain their usurped rights and
freedom, until repression and injustice is removed, election
rigging is stopped, and corruption is eliminated.
He added that the MB Group is doing all this through
peaceful means and constitutional struggle and it believes
that God will reward its members for the injustice and
repression inflicted on them.
Al-Katatni said that the content of the foregoing
report was completely groundless and that the MB Group has
never held a meeting with a senior or junior NDP figure.
He noted that the publication of such a report at the
present time is a continuation of the attempts to discredit
the MB Group in this critical period in which it is preparing
itself to run in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Ikhwanonline in Arabic is the official website of the
Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.