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Egypt: Life of the Egyptians Party
Published in Bikya Masr on 05 - 04 - 2012

CAIRO: Prominent Liberal Member of the Parliament Mohamed Abu Hamed, announced the establishment of a his new political party, called The Life of the Egyptians (Hayat Al Masryeen) on Wednesday. The MP and cofounder, told a news conference at the party headquarters , that the party will not be compromising with any political movement claiming to be a spokesman of the religion, and gives its ideas the holiness of religions, or trying to change the Egyptian identity and discriminates against people of one nation.
Abu Hamed said that the new party will struggle to prevent all forms of exploitation of religion in politics, while working on a mechanism for the development of religious discourse, using academics whom specialize in this area of the party members and cadres, in collaboration with religious entities.
Abu Hamid also confirmed that more than 75% of the membership of the party is allocated for young people, whose ages do not exceed 45 years, They are effective and active cadres who will start a large project for the party who seeks to contest the forthcoming local council elections with complete lists of young people.


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