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Masr El-Horreya Party: (Egypt Freedom Party)
Friday, March 09, 2012 2:24 PM
Egypt Freedom Party (Masr El-Horreya Party)
Vital information:
Name of Party: Masr El-Horreya
Founded in: 2011
Website: http://www.masralhureyya.org/
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/MasrAlHureyya?sk=info
Twitter: http://twitter.com/MasrAlhureyya
Address: 24 Hussein Hegazy st., off Kasr Al-Ainist., Cairo
Percentage of seats in the parliament 2011-2012:
Masr El-Horreya ran in the 2011 elections as part of the Continuing Revolution alliance and they won: 
Party list seats: 7
Individual seats: 0
Over all seats: 7
Percentage of seats: 1.4%
Prominent party figures in the parliament:
Amr Hamzawy (Member of Parliament). Hamzawy contested as an individual candidate.
Background information:
Masr El-Horreya is a liberal party whose cornerstone is Amr Hamzawy, researcher and political science professor at Cairo University. Hamzawy is one of 18 figures who founded the party.
The party, established after the January 25 revolution, says that it proceeds from the principles of citizenship and equality between all Egyptians.
These principles demonstrate the party’s belief in contributing to building a democratic society in Egypt, regaining respect for human dignity of Egyptians, and establishing the rule of law as well as peaceful transfer of power on both local and national levels.
The party adopts the principle of free economic activity and calls for applying a market economy that achieves social justice and aims at guaranteeing a respectable life to all Egyptians.
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