January 2012
Middle East Reporter (Weekly Edition);1/13/2012, Vol. 144 Issue 1284, p4
The article reports on the consideration of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood to support a deal to obtain emergency aid from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), provided that there are no conditions attached and alternatives are explored first, according to its senior official Ashraf Badr El-Din.


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