In the aftermath of the resounding Islamist victory in Egypt’s parliamentary election, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Saad el-Katatni was voted as the new parliament’s speaker.
Katatni was quoted recently saying: “A long time has passed since the Camp David accord was signed and like the other agreements it needs reevaluation and this is in the hands of the Parliament.”
The Freedom and Justice Party, the Brotherhood’s political party, won close to 50% of the seats in the recent parliamentary elections.
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