CAIRO: “We will submit a request for the Interior Minister to visit ousted President Mohamed Morsi, Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie, and the Deputy Supreme Guide Khairat al-Shater,” Dissident Muslim Brotherhood Youth Coalition coordinator Amr Emara told Youm7.
He said the visit aims to present the initiative ‘reconciliation for the national interest’ launched by the coalition and they will communicate with Morsi’s defense team, headed by Mohamed Selim al-Awa, to facilitate the visit mission.
The Brotherhood leaders who are in prison are those who have the final decision and they could impact on the group’s bases to stop demonstrations, Emara said.
The coalition will submit this initiative on those leaders to emphasize that the situation in Egypt is very dangerous and they should make concessions to end the crisis, he added.
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. They also suggested to find ways to conduct negotiations between the group and the government by meeting Brotherhood leaders to discourage them from escalation.
Originally published in Youm7.