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Two Egypt Liberal, Islamist parties approved by Administrative Court

Administrative Court orders approval of two political parties, one founded by Jama’a Islamiya and another by Ayman Nour

Ahram Online , Monday 10 Oct 2011
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The Supreme Administrative Court has issued a verdict to recognize two political parties which were rejected last month by the Egyptian Commission of Parties Affairs.

The first party is Al-Bena’a Wal Tanmenya (Building and Development) party, which represents the Islamist Al-Jama’a Al-Ismaliya. The other is the liberal Al-Ghad Al-Gadeed (‘New’ Tomorrow) led by former presidential candidate Ayman Nour.

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