Conservative Party (Egypt)

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Conservative Party
حزب المحافظين
President Akmal Kourtam
Vice President Engie Haddad
Secretary Asim Mohamed Genedy
Founded 13 March 2006[1]
Headquarters Cairo
Ideology Conservatism
Political position Centre-right
National affiliation For the Love of Egypt[2]
International affiliation None
Slogan "A party working for all Egyptians"
House of Representatives
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The Conservative Party or Hizb Al-Mohafezeen (Arabic: حزب المحافظين‎) is a political party in Egypt. The party was founded by Mostafa Abdel Aziz, a writer and journalist. In its foundation the party included many notable Egyptian journalists and public figures. The current leader, Akmal Kertam, was an influential member of the National Democratic Party.[3] The party froze all activities in 2010, as a rejection of the political and security laws that were forced upon other political parties in that era by the former Mubarak regime, as well as due to the low funding it had. Yet after the 2011 Egyptian revolution, and with new free laws for political activity, the party notified governmental institutions that it would be active once again.


  1. ^ "Egypt State Information Service". Egypt State Information Service. Retrieved 13 December 2013. 
  2. ^ ""فى حب مصر": اعتماد 4 منسقين لقوائم القطاعات الأربعة و10 أحزاب مشاركة". Youm7. 21 February 2015. Retrieved 21 February 2015. 
  3. ^ "Conservative Party's ads banned from Egyptian TV". Ahram Online. 14 November 2011. Retrieved 13 December 2013. 

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