No place for Muslim Brotherhood among politicians, national community: Amr Hamzawy



Mon, 25 Jul 2022 - 01:19 GMT


Mon, 25 Jul 2022 - 01:19 GMT


CAIRO -25 July 2022: Egyptian political science professor and director of the Carnegie Middle East Program Amr Hamzawy said that Muslim Brotherhood should not be part of the political life in Egypt as they incited violence and shed blood amongst Egyptians.

During televised statements, Monday, Hamzawy said that know we only need a country that has justice and respects different opinions, achieves citizenship and respect political rights, and is always oriented towards social and political development."

Hamzawy expressed his sadness over the years he spent outside Egypt, saying: "Alienation imposed on my family a dispersed life, I lived in the United States and my children lived between Germany and Egypt.

Earlier on July, Hamzawy said that any party that engaged previously in violence and known not to accept the otherers has no place in the national dialogue.

During an interview with Diaa Rashwan, General Coordinator of the National Dialogue, Thrusday, Hamzawy indicated that it is necessary for the parties participating in the national dialogue to reflect the current social and economic situation.

Amr Hamzawy explained that ‘changing or making an affect from abroad’ has proven not to be an affective idea in the human history in general, not only in Egypt.

Hamzawy noted that any positive impact should be from inside Egypt, not from the outside, and that any attempt to change from outside; ‘will surely fail.’

Hamzawy said that he returned to Egypt in order to be able to ‘listen and discuss’, and engage in the political openness required for Egypt.






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