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El-Said Rifaat Mohamed El-Agroudy /(Al Wifak Al Kawmy -Light bulb) National Conciliation Party

Monday، 20 July 2009 - 12:00 AM

Introductory Statement

(Summary based on documents delivered to SIS by the party on 13/8/2005)

Political and Administrative Reform

• Repealing all freedom-restricting laws.elagrode
• Increasing penalties for acts of terrorism and confronting the underlying causes thereof which are: poverty, ignorance and unemployment.
• Holding legislative elections based upon the party-list system.
• Maintaining the constitutional requirement that 50% of the legislature be made up of workers and farmers.
• Establishing a Parliamentary Republic.
• Establishing a two-term-limit for the Presidency.
• Promulgating news laws relating to the Press and Syndicates.
• Guaranteeing freedom of opinion.
• Guaranteeing the right of journalists to access ofinformation and preventing their imprisonment.
• Guaranteeing that women enjoy their full constitutional rights.
• Combating corruption by strengthening oversight agencies and ensuring that civil servants are adequately compensated.

Economic Policy

• Combating inflation.
• Ending privatization due to its negative impact on employment.
• Ensuring that Egyptian investors enjoy the same advantages granted to their foreign equals.
• Ensuring state ownership of heavy industries.

Social Policy

• Continuing to provide free-of-charge educational services.
• Continuing to provide free-of-charge health services.
• Guaranteeing adequate housing for citizens and families.
• Establishing appropriate rental rates.
• Consolidating national unity.

Foreign Policy

• Initiating a process of gradual Arab unity.
• Focusing on the Palestinian question as the central core of the Arab cause and and underlining the legitimacy of resisting occupation.
• Rejecting the Anglo-American occupation of Iraq.
• Supporting Syria’s right to end Israeli occupation of its territories.
• Supporting the Arab League as the only forum that includes all Arab states.
• Enhancing relations with Africa, and in particular with Nile Basin states.
• Enhancing relations with Latin America.
• Rejecting American policies of hegemony and double-standards.
• Reinvigorating the Non-aligned Movement.
• Enhancing relations with the European Union.
• Enhancing relations with Islamic states.
• Enhancing the role of the Organization of the Islamic Conference.
• Underscoring the responsibility of states that have laid mines on Egyptian territory for their removal.

Personal Information

Name
El-Said Rifaat Mohamed El-Agroudy Rifaat Al-Agroudy
Age
N/A
Party
National Accord Party

Contact Information

Street Address
130 Al-Gomhouria Square
City/District
Cairo-Abdeen
Governorate
Cairo
Telephone
202-391-1995 / 2010-590-550
FAX
202-336-4331
Email
N/A
Website
N/A
Education
Degree
Institution
Year
Ph.D Biology
Sophia Univeristy
1982
Bachelor of Science
Ain Shams University
1968
Professional Experience
Position
Organization
Dates
Conference Delegate
Government of Egypt
Multiple
Reserve Officer
Chemical Warfare Division - Egyptian Armed Forces
1970-1975
Officer (Awarded Medal of Bravery and the October War Medal)
Egyptian Armed Forces
1973
Author
N/A
N/A
Commander Ground-to-Ground Missile Forces (1973 October War)
Egyptian Armed Forces
N/A
Senator
Egyptian Shura Council
N/A
Founder
National Accord Party
N/A
People’s Assembly Candidate
Dokki, Agouza & Haram Electoral District
N/A
Political Experience
Position
Organization
Dates
President
National Accord Party
2004-Present
Founder/General Secretariat Member
National Accord Party
2004-Present
Co-Founder
Arab Socialist Nasserist Party
1984
Civic Experience
Position
Organization
Dates
President
Egyptian Workers Association of Algeria
1987
Secretary-General
Egyptian National Student Union
1970-1986
Vice-President
Ain Shams Student Union
1968
President
Ains Shams Faculty of Science Student Union
1967
Spokesperson Information
Name
Moataz Salah El-Din
Street Address
446 Al-Haram St. (Nasr El-Din Administrative Complex)
City/District
Giza
Governorate
Giza
Telephone
202-568-6263 / 2010-1449076
FAX
202-05-686-263
Email
N/A
Website
N/A

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