Hizb Al-Ghad (Arab: حزبالغد Hizb Al-Ghad) “Party of Egyptian tomorrow” in ), officially founded in October 2004, is a Egyptian Political party recognized legally at the end of a long battle during which its file was rejected three times by the authorities. It is of center nature , liberal and not religious. The party, directed by ʼAymanʼabd Al-ʼAzīz Nūr (or Ayman Nour , in Arab: أيمنعبدالعزيزنور]]), request a larger political expansion on behalf of the capacity, as well as a peaceful rotation of the capacity.
The party has deputies at the assembly, but does not have of it any with the Conseil Shūra (شورَى).
The young lawyer, ʼAyman Nūr, defender of the human rights, was elected president of the party after the first congress of the movement in 2004. The party was rested by former member of the Néo-Wafd. The party militates for the democratization of Egypt, and the application of the Human rights in the country. Nour made use of the party like platform to require constitutional reforms, limited the capacities of the president of the republic and the installation of multi-party election democratic. Ayman arrived second of the presidential election of 2005, with approximately 13% of the voices, according to the independent observers (however prevented from exerting their right to watch), but 7,6% according to the Ministry for the Egyptian Interior and the CIA ( The World Factbook - Egypt ).
Last nine months before the presidential elections, ʼAyman Nūr was stripped of its parliamentary privilege, then stopped and condemned to five years of prison, in spite of an health condition weakening and the protest (moderated, but of weight) of the spokesperson of the White House. He owes his release, after 42 days of imprisonment, with the Hunger strike which he had started, in spite of its diabetes (requiring regular injections of Insuline), with the eagerness of its lawyers and a petition launched by the Police chief European Emma Bonino.
- , laic movement of opposition
- Official site of the party
- the Egyptian opponent Ayman Nour condemned to five years of prison for counterfeit
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