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Young Egypt Party

Young Egypt Party
حزب مصر الفتاة
Hizb Misr El-Fatah
Chairman Abdul Hakim Abdul Majid Khalil
Founded 12 October 1989
Dissolved 18 September 2012
Preceded by Young Egypt Party
(not legal predecessor)
Merged into Conference Party
Headquarters Cairo
Ideology Islamic socialism
Political position Third Position
Religion Sunni Islam
House of Representatives
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Politics of Egypt
Political parties

The Young Egypt Party (Arabic: حزب مصر الفتاةḤizb Miṣr al-Fatāh) is an Egyptian political party.

History and profile

The party was established on 12 October 1989.[1] It was legalized in 1990.[2]

The Party platform calls for:[1]

  • Establishing a parliamentary/presidential ruling system.
  • Enhancing the Egyptian-Arab ties.
  • Achieving integration with African countries.
  • Adopting non-alignment policies.
  • Establishing the socialist Islamic economic system and boosting the role of the private sector.

The Party fielded seven candidates to run for the 2000 legislative elections.[3]


  1. ^ a b "Misr El-Fatah (Young Egypt) Party". Egypt State Information Service. Retrieved 16 December 2013. 
  2. ^ Ninette S. Fahmy (12 October 2012). The Politics of Egypt: State-Society Relationship. Routledge. p. 71.  
  3. ^ "Misr El-Fatah (Young Egypt) Party". Egypt State Information Service. Archived from the original on 2008-11-20. Retrieved 16 December 2013. 

External links

  • Misr El-Fatah (Young Egypt) New Party
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