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Supervisor Elham AbolFateh
Editor in Chief Mohamed Wadie

National Dialogue to Start Next Month


Wed 08 Jun 2022 | 10:26 PM
NaDa Mustafa

The National Dialogue will start in the first week of July, according to the national dialogue administration.

In a statement, the committee added that Diaa Rashwan, Head of the Journalists' Syndicate, has been chosen as the General Coordinator of the National Dialogue, and Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Media Regulation (SCMR) Mahmoud Fawzy has been appointed as chair of the national dialogue's technical secretariat.

It also explained that the General Coordinator will start consultations with political parties and all other partcipants in the national dialogue to form a board of trustees that will include 15 memebrs representing all parties, public figures and experts, in a way that ensures their effective participation.

Last April, the Egyptian president called, during the “Egyptian family gathering”, to launch a “political dialogue” with all forces in his country without exception or discrimination, and the invitation received conscious praise from various layers of the spectrum in Egypt.

The former candidate for the Egyptian presidential elections “Hamdeen Sabahi” praised the call made by President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to establish a national dialogue with all forces in Egypt.

Sabahi said in a television interview that he accepted the invitation to participate in the “national dialogue”, and at the same time thanked Sisi “for his good faith in dialogue.”

He added: “I think that our country needs us. We differ in opinion, without differing in the love of our country. I believe that justice and love are among the most important things that our country needs.”

In response to President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s call during the Egyptian family’s iftar ceremony on April 26, 2022, to hold comprehensive political dialogue on the priorities of national action during the current stage, together with his assignment to the National Youth Congress to manage this dialogue, and to submit its results to his excellency in person; a group of young people and actors from different political and ideological views and affiliations gathered to show support to his excellency’s call, and to contribute to its activation on the ground through the formation of the “National Dialogue Group”.