Muslim Brotherhood rejects reforms as 'insufficient'

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 6, 2011 20:33




The Muslim Brotherhood Sunday evening rejected measures proposed by Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman as "insufficient," AFP reported.

Although the Brotherhood's presence in a meeting with top Egyptian government officials was in itself a significant sign of change, Essam al-Erian said "They didn't respond to most of our demands." The Muslim Brotherhood figure added, "They only responded to some of our demands, but in a superficial way."


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