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Rally supporting Morsy postponed

The decision was taken because the party doesn’t want any Egyptian blood to be shed anymore, says FJP spokesperson


Supporters of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood. (AFP Photo / Khaled Desouki)
Supporters of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood. (AFP Photo / Khaled Desouki)

The Muslim brotherhood decided to postpone the rally supporting president Morsy’s new constitutional declaration, scheduled to be held on Tuesday in front of Nahdet Misr statue in Giza.

Ahmed Sobei, Freedom and Justice party spokesperson, confirmed the decision. Sobei said the decision was taken because the party doesn’t want any Egyptian blood to be shed anymore. He added that no date has been set for any upcoming rally so far.

The brotherhood reached the decision after negotiations with Al-Nour party, one of the parties supporting Morsy’s declaration.

The Muslim brotherhood announced a million-man rally to support Morsy’s declaration. The rally was to be held in Abdeen square, before they decided to relocate it to be in front of Nahdet Misr statue

Mahmoud Ghozlan, spokesperson for the Muslim Brotherhood, said the reason behind the switch is that another  opposing rally will take place on the same day in Tahrir square, which is very close to Abdeen square. Mahmoud Ghozlan, spokesperson for the Muslim Brotherhood, said the reason behind the switch is that another rally will take place on the same day in Tahrir square, which is very close to Abdeen square.

Secular political groups, journalists, judges and lawyers are holding a  rally on Tuesday in Tahrir square, demanding the cancellation of Morsy’s declaration.

 

 

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