The National Progressive Unionist Party (Hizb al-Tagammu’)

Tagammu’ Party: Necessary Steps after the Government’s Resignation

‘Isam Sharaf’s government fell long before it submitted its resignation. It destroyed the prestige of the state and shelved the rule of law. It failed in providing security and was unable to achieve progress on any level.

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A New Martyr for Tagammu’ [The National Progressive Union Party]

Ahmad Faruq Husayn, a member of the Party in Daqhalia and son of our colleague Faruq Husayn, the Secretary-General of the Party in Daqhalia, who was martyred at dawn on 24 November in Tahrir Square.

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National Progressive Unionist Party: Correcting the Path

The Friday of Correcting the Path comes at a time of extreme importance, where events are quickly transpiring in a way that is moving the goals and demands of the revolution in the opposite direction. Moreover, this is about to lead to the restoration of the old regime, which the revolution sought to root out.

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Yes… The Constitution First, No to Incitement Against the Sit-in Protestors: Tagammu’ Party

The reaction of the political-religious forces in refusing the decision of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces—in particular the Council’s “Constitutional Declaration Defining Principles and Foundations for the Formation of a Committee to Prepare a New Constitution Following Upon the Agreement of Political Forces and Parties”— shocked the forces of the revolution.

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The National Progressive Unionist Party [Hizb al-Tagammu']: Who are We?

Al-Tagammu’ is the party of the workers and the peasants, the nationalist intellectuals
the party of all manufacturers
the party defending democracy, freedom, and the civil state
the party of all struggling for justice, freedom, equality, and national unity
and all struggling against poverty, oppression, and tyranny
and against corruption, price-gouging, and unemployment

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The National Progressive Unionist Party: The People Want the Fall of the Regime

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