Democratic Union Party (Egypt)
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|Chairman||Mr. Ibrahim Mohamed Tork|
|National affiliation||Social Justice coalition|
|House of Representatives||
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The Democratic Unionist Party (Arabic: Hizb al-Itahadi al-democrati) is an Egyptian political party, with a membership of around 215 members. The party presses for achieving unity between Egypt and Sudan and separation between politics and religion.
The party platform calls for:
- Guaranteeing citizens' basic freedoms and political rights.
- Achieving comprehensive economic development.
- Upgrading public utilities and services.
- Protecting Egypt's status on regional and international arenas.
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- "The 2005 Egyptian Elections: How Free? How Important?". Ikhwan Web. 17 August 2005. Archived from the original on 27 October 2014. Retrieved 17 October 2014.
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