Tagammu Party rejects dissident youth’s MB reconciliation initiative
Spokesperson for Tagammu Party Nabil Zaki - YOUM7 (Archive)
By ISLAM SAID

CAIRO: Tagammu Party Spokesperson Nabil Zaki rejected the Dissident Muslim Brotherhood Youth Coalition’s formation of a council to discuss initiatives for reconciliation between the Muslim Brotherhood and the government.

There is no longer any place for the Muslim Brotherhood in the nation, Zaki told Youm7, calling on the Dissident Muslim Brotherhood Youth Coalition to form a political party, provided that it is not based on religion, rather than seeking to find solutions for a reconciliation, which would not be accepted by the Egyptian people.

The Dissident Muslim Brotherhood Youth Coalition announced the formation of a council for reconciliation between the Muslim Brotherhood and the government, as an attempt to resolve the current crisis, and to find ways to conduct negotiations between the group and the government, Coalition coordinator Amr Emara told Youm7 Saturday.

Originally published in Youm7.

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