Politics

April 6th Movement: What Does “Secret General Election” Mean?

What Does “Individual Election” Mean?

It means the electoral rounds are divided up according to the number of members of the People’s Assembly. In each round, there are 2 candidates: one from the upper classes, and one from the class of the workers and peasants. You must then choose only 2 from among all of the candidates in your round.

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On Labor Day… The Popular Committees Demand a More Just Country

Today, the Popular Committees to Defend the Revolution came together with Egypt’s workers to celebrate the first Labor Day following the January Revolution. Today, workers stood in complete confidence, having embarked on a great revolutionary experience in which they realized their strength and ability learned that their rights can only be wrested back through continued struggle, not by begging for “a favor, Mr. President,” as the regime’s collaborators made us believe for thirty years.

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Why We are Voting for the Islamists

We will give our votes and direct others than ourselves to give theirs to whomever implements God’s sharia’ and rules us in accordance with the Qur’an because in this lies the goodness of this world and the next.

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No to Ganzuri’s Nominations…

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We Will Not Give Up on the Revolution and We Will Not Make Do with a Quarter Revolution

For all these reasons we are not assured of the competency of the Military Council, its ability to run the country in this transitional phase, or its effective management of future challenges our country will face over the next decades.

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The Liberation Party [Hizb al-Tahrir]: To Clarify

Hizb-ut-Tahrir [The Liberation Party] – Egypt Branch: We have no relation to the Egyptian Sufi Liberation Party or the New Shi’i Liberation Party. We are a political party working to establish an orthodox Islamic caliphate.

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Advice to all Voters

When we hear others say “We want the Islamists to tell us what their electoral program is,” it should be obvious that the Islamists’ program is known and understood and no one would deviate from it except a sinner. And it is: “God said this and the Messenger said this.”

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Muhammad Shahin, The Egyptian Liberal Party

- Defending the oppressed and the rights of all men, women and children.

- Providing the greatest lawyers to defend their rights with all of their fees covered.

- Providing clothes, backpacks and school supplies for orphans.

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Together to End Military Trials and the Power of Murderers and Thieves

- The immediate termination of military trials for civilians and the release of those held in custody while awaiting trial. Their sentences should be overturned, and those convicted should be re-tried before regular civilian judges.

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Revolt, Revolt, Dear Country… No Tantawi, No Ganzuri!

After a long search through the old folders and files of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) and the remnants of the ousted president’s regime, the ruling Council made its decision arbitrarily and forcefully, finding no one better than Kamal al-Ganzuri for the task of forming a new government.

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Oh Revolutionaries of the Squares. They will not Rob us Twice!

This time, we will not let them steal our revolution. This time, we will not let them speak in our name. They’re searching for the revolution’s voice? Then let us form committees in the squares of every revolutionary governorate.

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A Vision For Economic And Political Reform

We are for guaranteeing the participation of the Revolution’s youth in the People’s Assembly. They are the ones who sacrificed life and soul, and occupied the streets and squares for months, but they do not have any presence in the current political parties. We are for ensuring that there will be no struggle between the Islamic movement, the Muslim Brotherhood, the Salafis, and others: the secular parties and the remnants of the dissolved National Party.

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