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FJP will rebuild state institutions, create opportunities: Party spokesperson

Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party will rebuild Egypt's state institutions and create opportunities for the average citizen, vows party spokesperson

Ahram Online, Thursday 14 Feb 2013
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The Freedom and Justice Party will rebuild state institutions and provide opportunities for the average citizen, party spokesperson Mourad Ali has said.

Our agenda is crystal clear; we want to achieve stability through the building of state institutions, Mourad said via Facebook on Thursday. We will also help the average citizen overcome the economic crisis by creating opportunities through the 'Together We Are Building Egypt' campaign.

Ali stressed that Egypt would not be dragged into violence like Iraq and Pakistan, despite attempts by some in the country to spread chaos.

"I know some young people would like us to respond against those who use violence; however, the wise person forces his plan on his enemies and does not follow their agenda."

At least 59 people have been killed and hundreds injured in nationwide protests since the second anniversary of the January 25 Revolution. A number of state and FJP buildings have been attacked.

'Together We Are Building Egypt' is the Muslim Brotherhood's project to mark the second anniversary of the revolution.

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14-02-2013 02:58pm
here we go again!
More political words that mean nothing! Didn't they also promise the same things for the average person with the Renaissance project... with as we can see amounted to nothing. This is just empty talk because the parliamentary elections are coming. Things are at an all time low both socially and economical. We need more than just empty promises... we need action!
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