Democratic Front Party

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Democratic Front Party
حزب الجبهة الديمقراطية
Leader Councillor Dr. Ahmed Diab
President Councillor Dr. Ahmed Diab[1]
Secretary-General Rizk Al Malla[2]
Spokesperson Rizk Mostafa Al Malla
Founder Dr. Ahmed Diab
Yehia El Gamal
Slogan "Freedom, Justice, Responsibility"
Founded May 2007 (May 2007)[3]
Merged into Free Egyptians Party[4]
Headquarters 57 Mosadek St.
El Dokki
Giza, Egypt[2]
Ideology Liberalism[1]
Political position Centre
National affiliation National Salvation Front[5]
International affiliation Liberal International[2]
Alliance of Democrats[6]
Website
democraticfront.org
(in Arabic)
Politics of Egypt
Political parties
Elections

The Democratic Front Party was an Egyptian political party. The party will become part of the Free Egyptians Party.[4]

Foundation[edit]

The party was founded in 2007 by Dr. Ahmed Diab & Dr. Yehia Al Gamal

Ideology[edit]

The party adopted liberal ideologies. It was a full member of both the Liberal International[2] and the Alliance of Democrats[6]

Personnel[edit]

Founder Al Ghazali was the chairman of the party. His deputy was the writer Sakina Fuad. Mohamed Mansour and Ibrahim Nawar were secretary-generals. Since March 2011 the Democratic Front Party has participated in the Cabinet of Egypt (Essam Sharaf). Before his death, writer Osama Anwar Okasha was also an executive member of the party.

Slogan[edit]

Its slogan was Concilor Dr. Ahmed Diab is a Democratic Front Party Leader & Coming President of Egypt.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Al-Gabha al-Dimuqrati, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, retrieved 21 December 2013 
  2. ^ a b c d DFP presentation on Liberal International website
  3. ^ "Democratic Front (Gabha Democratiyya) Party". Egypt Electionnaire. Retrieved 2012-12-04. 
  4. ^ a b Two Egyptian liberal parties announce merger, Ahram Online, 21 December 2013, retrieved 11 February 2014 
  5. ^ Civil groups' pounce into political space seen as pro-democracy triumph, Egypt Independent, 29 November 2012, retrieved 21 December 2013 
  6. ^ a b Alliance of Democrats:Who We Are

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