National Conciliation Party (Egypt)

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National Conciliation Party
حزب الوفاق
Hizb Al-Wifak
Chairman Refaat Al-Agroudy
Founded 2000; 17 years ago (2000)
Headquarters Cairo
Ideology Arab nationalism
National affiliation Social Justice Coalition[1]
House of Representatives
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The National Conciliation Party (Arabic: حزب الوفاق الوطني; Hizb Al-Wifak‎‎) is a small Egyptian political party.

History and profile[edit]

The National Conciliation Party was established in 2000.[2] It was the second party accepted by the Political Party Affairs Committee since the 1950s.[2]

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.


  1. ^ "Leftist parties form coalition for parliamentary elections". Egypt Independent. 12 July 2014. Retrieved 12 July 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Hamdy A. Hassan (2011). "Civil Society in Egypt under the Mubarak Regime" (PDF). Afro Asian Journal of Social Sciences. 2 (2). Retrieved 5 October 2014.