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  • Thursday ,05 June 2014
العربية

NASL to declare launch of new ‘revolutionary entity’ within few hours

By-egyptindependent

Copts and Poliltical Islam

00:06

Thursday ,05 June 2014

NASL to declare launch of new ‘revolutionary entity’ within few hours

Figures of the Muslim Brotherhood-led National Alliance to Support Legitimacy (NASL) said on Tuesday the alliance will soon form a large entity that includes revolutionary forces opposed to ‘military rule.’ Figures of the Muslim Brotherhood-led National Alliance to Support Legitimacy (NASL) said on Tuesday the alliance will soon form a large entity that includes revolutionary forces opposed to ‘military rule.’ 

They added they will disclose details within a few hours.
 
In other news, the alliance decided staging marches in Cairo and Giza starting Friday until inauguration of the new president in protest against results of presidential elections.
 
Sources from the group revealed schemes to access Tahrir Square and areas around Ettihadiya Palace within events arranged for that period, in case they formed the alliance with revolutionary forces.
 
Amr Abdel Hady, the alliance member, said, “it has been agreed with revolutionary forces to form new alliance that will be declared within few hours in a press conference to reject the military rule and voice demand of a democratic path that guarantees peaceful power transition at which all parties and political forces take part without exclusion.”
 
Al-Masry Al-Youm was informed by sources close to the Muslim Brotherhood that negotiations are taking place with revolutionary figures to form a movement called Tahrir Youth.
 
Speaking on condition of anonymity, the sources said talks are taking place with actor Amr Waked, former MP Mostafa al-Naggar as well as youth from movements of 6 April and Youth for Justice and Freedom.
 
The sources added that the group seek forming new revolutionary entities that will be highly supported by the Brotherhood media abroad targeting downfall of the regime and confronting President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi since his first day in office.
 
Brotherhood figure Ibrahim al-Mahallawy said protests against the new president will start on Friday and that revolutionaries will hold banners reading ‘Tahrir for us’ seeking access to the square and staging sit-in there
 
Mahallawy disclosed intentions to reach Tahrir Square and Ettihadiya during first days of Sisi’s rule to stage sit-in against military rule.