MOHAMMED ANWAR SADAT: EGYPT NEEDS RUSSIA, AND RUSSIA NEEDS EGYPT
D. I. VINITSKY Our sobkor in Egypt Keywords: Egypt, revolutions, reforms, cooperation, foreign policy, Russia The revolutionary events of the past four years have shaken the long-standing foundations of Egypt and radically changed not only the political palette of the Pyramid Country, but also the very perception of the Egyptians of their position, status, their attitude towards external and internal friends and enemies. Revolutions, as we know, destroy, and after them begins a long, complex, sometimes painful period of perestroika, reform, comprehension of new goals and development of ways to achieve them. Mohammed Anwar Ahmed Ismat Sadat, the nephew of the world-famous Egyptian president, spoke about the difficult period that the Arab Republic of Egypt (ARE) is currently experiencing in an interview with our correspondent in Egypt. Question: You are a well-known public and political figure in Egypt. What was the reason for the creation of the Reform and Development Party (PRP)? Who are your supporters? What is the size of the party today? Who do you see among your constituents? Answer: The party was founded after the "January 25 revolution" of 2011. This is a common practice when, after revolutions, everyone tends to engage in politics legally, creating a political party, which, by the way, was very difficult during the time of Hosni Mubarak. It was very difficult to get a license. Thus, my supporters and I were sure that we should create a party. And we did, just like so many others at the time. Today, there are 103 political parties operating in Egypt. At the time of its creation, the Reform and Development Party had about 23,000 members across Egypt. As for the voters, we counted on ordinary Egyptians, those who believe in us, in a party that has an ideology, a program, a position on foreign policy issues, humanitarian and human rights aspects, social and economic development. Thus, in the last parliament created under the Muslim Brotherhood, we had 9 seats. We ... Read more
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