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Munīr Fakhrī ‘Abd al-Nūr says that al-Wafd does not want to spend money and effort to have a frustrated result in the Shūrá Council’s elections as this could potentially have a negative impact on the party.
Reviewer: Nīrmīn al-‘AwadīThe Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies’ successive administrations failed to make the center’s presence felt or to address the current regional and international issues since its establishment.
The Center for Political and Strategic Studies in Egypt started in 1964 as an imitation of the British Center for Strategic Studies in London. The center, famous for its numerous communist members, now seems to be a collection of all political trends, including the Muslim Brotherhood.
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