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“Rejecting reconciliation with MBs is a bias to Egyptians’ feelings”، Parliament Spox

Thursday 10/January/2019 - 01:01 PM
Sada El Balad
Hassnein Tayea
The official spokesman of the House of Representatives، Salah Hassaballah، stressed that no laws could be passed without creating legislative and executive environment first، explaining that the Parliament always reflects the wishes and will of the Egyptian people.

In a press conference held today Thursday to present the Parliament’s achievements over the last three years، he said that the Transitional Justice Law speaks of reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) terrorist group that shed the blood of innocent civilians، stressing that this is rejected by the Egyptians.

The spokesman added that the failure to present such a law for discussion so far is a bias to the feelings of the Egyptian citizen، who totally reject reaching any reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood.

Egypt under the leadership of President Al-Sisi creates a new form of international policy and stability rather than dependence، Hassaballah confirmed.

The parliament has approved 506 draft laws، during the last three years، Hassaballah added، noting that the current MPs are doing their best in accordance with the recent circumstances.
He also pointed out that the parliament succeeded in reviewing 170 international agreements in the last three years.

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