Heads of Egyptian political parties that are members of The Coalition of Egyptian Parties, announced, Wednesday their ‘unanimous support’ for President Abdel Fattah al Sisi invitation and call on parties to start a national political dialogue without excluding anyone to lay down the road map for the transit of Egypt during the coming period.
A number of political leaders confirmed that they have clear plans to achieve that goal through the organization of training and educational courses.
Saad pointed out that until now there is no support for women from different political parties to participate in the municipal election.
CPYR members revealed the committee’s plans to develop and enrich the political life in Egypt in the coming period.
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