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Salafist Nour Party, NSF call for unity government

Salafist Nour Party and National Salvation Front (NSF) announce 8-point plan to end Egypt's political crisis

Ahram Online, Wednesday 30 Jan 2013
Younis Makhyoun
Salafist Al-Nour Party chairman Younis Makhioun (Photo: Al-Ahram)
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Egypt's National Salvation Front (NSF), the main opposition bloc, and the Salafist Nour Party agreed on a unified initiative that aims to end Egypt's ongoing political crisis, following a meeting held in Cairo on Wednesday.

The initiative includes eight terms, in which the main condition is to form a unity government that includes the representation of opposition groups.

"The agreement comes, as both sides (NSF and Nour Party) see that Egypt's political situation has escalated to an alarming level, as the initiative's goal is to protect the public interest and end future bloodshed," explained the press statement issued after the meeting.

The eight-points of the agreement that came in the press statement are:

Point 1: Form a unity government

Point 2: Form a committee to amend controversial articles in the constitution

Point 3: Non-partisanship of all state institutions

Point 4: Appointment of a new prosecutor-general

Point 5: Form a judicial committee to investigate recent violence

Point 6: Form a consensus between all parties to lead the country, prohibiting the domination of a single faction over political life

Point 7: Reject all forms of violence or vandalism of public property, and respect the right to peaceful protest and demonstrations

Point 8: Establish a code of political behaviour agreed upon by all parties to end the verbal warfare between politicians that affects everyone's political image.

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Amal Masry, Tanta
01-02-2013 01:01am
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Negotiating with Killers
You negotiated with the Hamas/Bedwin of Sinai who killed 17 Egyptian soldiers. SHame on your non-Islamic behavior.
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abdulrahman
31-01-2013 04:56pm
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Unity Government Is Unhealthy
Egypt must have a strong government and a strong opposition who fight each other in the house of elected representatives.It prevents abuse of power. While the ruling party endeavors to provide the best for the country, the opposition stands by as the alternative.When all parties form a unity government it will transform into absolute power which will corrupt absolutely.Fight in parliament and through the media and Egypt will be very healthy.NOT ON THE STREETS OR ANY PUBLIC PLACES.
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mohammed moiduddin
31-01-2013 05:26am
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All of this could have been avoided if NSF negotiated before
All the blood in the street- don't blame MB, where are the circles and arrows. This liberals trying to ruin egypt. In order for democracy you have to vote and talk and do politics. Not demonstrate, put fire to buildings, and be holligans. Jan 25th should be a national fast day.
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mohammed moiduddin
31-01-2013 05:19am
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What does the Prosecutor General have to do with this?
Whats their beef with this? I agree with everything else. This should of been from the beginning but it was Baradei and others who refused to work with Morsi. Morsi is elected none of the rest are.
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Democracia
31-01-2013 02:12pm
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Who is governing?
"Morsi is elected none of the rest are..." That's so bloody right, but then please go an complain about everything with him and not with the oppositon. He and his MB are the ones in responsibility of running this country! So THEY mus act, not the opposition!
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Sham edeen, Alex
31-01-2013 02:36am
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LOOL
You want to sabotage the effort. Salafies are non-Suni msulims and disobey Allah Law and his prophet Mohammad Sunnah.
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AG
30-01-2013 10:40pm
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Point 8
Point 8 is violated by the opposition more than any other group. Tell me one time that Morsy insulted or even made exaggerated statements against anyone? He never has. President Morsy is a class act.
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neil
30-01-2013 09:30pm
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happy
great news
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