National Conciliation Party (Egypt)
|National Conciliation Party
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The National Conciliation Party (Arabic: Hizb Al-Wifak) is a small Egyptian political party with a membership of some 185 members. The party presses for reaching a solution to the Palestinian issue. It also calls for achieving an Arab economic integration, establishing the common Arab market and maintaining the Arab national security. The party nominated its head, Refaat Al-Agroudy, to run for Egypt's first multi-candidate presidential elections in 2005.
In January 2013, the National Conciliation Party signed an initiative to merge with the Dignity Party, the Arab Democratic Nasserist Party, and the Popular Congress Nasserist Party to form the United Nasserist Party.
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