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Al-Shater Resigns Brotherhood Post to Focus Efforts on Forthcoming Presidential Elections
Al-Shater Resigns Brotherhood Post to Focus Efforts on Forthcoming Presidential Elections
The Brotherhood’s second in command, Al-Shater, resigns his prominent position to run for Egypt’s top job in the May presidential elections.
Sunday, April 1,2012 05:28

Dr. Mohamed Badie, Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood, has announced the resignation of Khairat Al-Shater from the membership of the organization’s Guidance Bureau and also from his position as Deputy Chairman.

Al-Shater handed his resignation to the Brotherhood’s chief after the organizations’ General Shura Council had nominated him for the upcoming presidential elections.

tags: Muslim Brotherhood / MB / Shater / Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Revolution / Presidential Elections / Guidance Bureau

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