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Free Republican Party (Egypt)

The Free Republican Party
Al-Hizb al-Gomhory al-Ahrar
الحزب الجمهوري الحر
Founded 2006 (2006)
Headquarters Cairo
Ideology Arab nationalism
Liberal democracy
Politics of Egypt
Political parties

The Free Republican Party or Al-Hizb al-Gomhory al-Ahrar (Arabic: الحزب الجمهوري الحر‎) is a political party in Egypt. The Free Republican Party might be considered as a liberal party.


  • History and profile 1
  • Platform 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

History and profile

The party was established in 2006.[1] The leader of the party, which regards the Islamic Shariah as the core of legislation and supoorts a free economic system, is Hossam Mostafa.[1]


  • Upholding Islamic Sharia as the main source of legislation.
  • Supporting Egypt's right to sovereignty over its territories and national waters and upholds the country's historical right to the leadership of both the Arab and Islamic regions.
  • Underlining the need to maintaining Egypt's social fabric and promotes equality between Egyptians.
  • Upholding political freedoms and human rights and endorses respect of the Constitution and the rule of the law.
  • Advocating multi-partisanship.
  • Supporting free education, social solidarity and social justice.
  • Supporting state-provided mother, child and youth care.
  • Advocating the elimination of economic monopolies.
  • Advocating separation of the legislative, judicial and executive authorities.
  • Advocating integration with the Arab world and the reviving of Arab nationalism.

See also


  1. ^ a b Amira El Fekki (10 August 2014). "Egyptian National Movement to announce parliamentary alliance on Aug. 17". The Cairo Post. Retrieved 2 October 2014. 
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