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Al-Jamā'ah al-Islāmīyah handed its documents to establish its political party al-Binā' wa al-Tanmīyah (Reconstruction and Development) to the Political Parties' Affairs Committee. 'Isām Dirbālah, the head of the group's Shurā Council, said that there are a lot of women and Copts among founders of...
Fahmī Huwaydī discusses the suggested changes to the Egyptian Constitution and different reactions toward the idea of using Islām as the main source of legalization for the country.
The current crisis of the frozen opposition party, al-Amal (Labour), entered a new stage after the revocation, by the administrative supreme court, of the ban imposed by the parliamentary committee of parties. There is a high expectation of a revival of the same party.
The Committee for the Affairs of Political Parties refuses the establishment of al- Wast, a party based on the principle of equal opportunity.
A recent statement by the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, in which he said that the Brotherhood was ready to send 10,000 troops to Lebanon, has raised the fears of the Egyptian government about the group’s military expertise and capabilities.
Watani interviews one of the founders of the political party Misr al-Umm, which was recently denied a license by the Administrative Court because its platform clashed with the Egyptian constitution and the sharī‘ah due to its emphasis on secularism.
The author tries to find out the real reasons behind the withdrawal of six Coptic members from the Wasat party, the matter that marked the end of the party.
Abu al- ‘Alā’ Mādī, founder of the Wasat Party, harshly criticizes the Egyptian government for not licensing his party, arguing that the government is not after political reform.
The Cairo administrative courts’ report has paved the way for the Wasat party [center party] to get its license from the Parties Committee. The report raised many doubts about the party and its founding representative, Abu al-cIla Madī.
In January 1996, Abu al-‘Ila Mādī, then a leading member of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group, abandoned the Brotherhood. He and some 74 founding members have presented the documents founding al-Wasat party.


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