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February 27, 2013


Title of the seminar

National Accord possibilities: Opportunities and Challenges


D.Helmi El Gazzar
Muslim Brotherhood leader

D. Ahmed El-Borai
Secretary-General of the National Salvation Front

D. Mustafa Najjar

political activist and a founding member of the Justice Party



His revolution of the twenty-fifth of January 2011 revolution growing expectations and hopes of vulnerable rebellious drawn by the Egyptian people over eighteen days, ended dropping the head of the former regime. Like the revolutions as a whole, followed by a transition period differed widely on the identification of a range of time and course evaluation. In all of this, hope remained stuck to take over management of the country's president represents the will of the people through revolutionary free and fair elections, which is technically achieved the lowest estimates. However, the period that has lasted since the transfer of power to an elected president was - and still - fraught much of crises was the constant is continuity, did not solve any of the crises experienced by the country conclusively trenchant ensure the safety of the body of this nation. On the contrary, things worsened even reached Dhurtha day twenty-fifth of January of 2013 - two years after the Egyptian revolution - which accompanied this the mounting frustrations revolution time. It was not a day of celebration, it was a day of bloodshed and violence in most of the governorates of Egypt and most important to the security and economy of the country. Since that day, exacerbated conflicts between the supporters and opponents, increasing state violence against its citizens, increasing rates of crime and community violence, down Egypt's economic indicators in the industrial and service sectors; since that day and the security solution is dominating the political scene in Egypt. After a long silence, and the institution of the presidency has invited the opposition to start a national dialogue sessions to get out of the current crisis. Is it possible that this national dialogue to succeed and bear fruit? What are the dimensions of this dialogue? How can Where is achieved? What are the obstacles that can be turned without success? And the way how to overcome them?

These questions trying to development partners to contribute to answer them and ask to see out of the political stagnation in the forty-ninth Forum which invites you to attend - and we are confident that your presence will enrich the debate, which is entitled

"National Accord possibilities: Opportunities and Challenges"



"National Accord possibilities: Opportunities and Challenges"

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