May 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);5/13/2011, Vol. 198 Issue 5092, p8
The article reports that legislative Shura Council member Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood will run as an independent candidate in Egypt's presidential elections in September 2011. It states that the decision of Fotouh to run was a personal decision as the Brotherhood has already pledged not to field any candidates in the elections. Fotouh says that he does not violate the rules of the organization in his decision to run, as he runs as an independent candidate.


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