Misr El-Fatah (Young Egypt) Party

This article is about the modern party. For the 1930s party, see Young Egypt Party (1933).

Young Egypt Party
Hizb Misr El-Fatah
Chairman Mr.Abdul Hakim Abdul Majid Khalil
Founded October 12, 1989[1]
Headquarters Cairo
Ideology Islamic socialism, Socialism, Liberal democracy
Politics of Egypt
Political parties
Elections

The Misr El-Fatah (Young Egypt) Party (Arabic: حزب مصر الفتاةḤizb Miṣr al-Fatāh) is an Egyptian political party.

Platform

The Party platform calls for:[1]

  • Establishing a parliamentary/presidential ruling system.
  • Enhancing the Egyptian-Arab ties.
  • Achieving integration with African countries.
  • Adopting non-alignment policies.
  • Establishing the so-called socialist Islamic economic system and boosting the role of the private sector.

The Party & legislative elections

The Party fielded seven candidates to run for the 2000 legislative elections.[2]

References

External links

  • Misr El-Fatah (Young Egypt) New Party
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