FILE - President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi FILE - President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi

Egyptian Coalition collects signatures to support Sisi for second term

Thu, Jan. 11, 2018
CAIRO – 11 January 2018: The Egyptian Coalition, consisting of ten parties, launched a campaign to collect signatures from citizens to support President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to run for a second term in the upcoming presidential elections.

The coalition is currently working on introducing the citizens to the means of issuing procuration for Sisi as there are a lot of citizens who want to support Sisi, but they have no knowledge of procuration procedures.

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A citizen sign a petition to urge President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to run for second term

The Egyptian Coalition consists of The Free Social Constitutional Party, Arab Party, Arab Justice and Equality Party, New Independent Party, Egypt Youth Party, Human Rights and Citizenship Party, Democratic Union Party, Voice of Egypt Party, Egyptian Nation Party, and Tomorrow Party.

Earlier, the Nation’s Future Party announced that it will officially join the public campaign “To Build It” to demand Sisi to run for a second term.

According to its official Facebook page, the Nation’s Future Party was launched in November 2014; it includes 120,000 youth members in 27 governorates.

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Citizens hold their forms to urge President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to run for second term

“Alashan Tbneeha” (To Build It), a public campaign that kicked off in September to demand Sisi to run for a second term as president of Egypt, witnessed a remarkable turnout by citizens and renowned figures of the Egyptian society as the signatures phase of the campaign was launched.

The campaign affirmed that it does not follow any political party or governmental entity.

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The petition form to urge President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to run for second term

Abdel Fatah al-Sisi is the sixth president of Egypt. He came to office In June 2014 after the revolution of June 30, which toppled former President Mohamed Morsi who is affiliated with the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood.
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