After being officially banned from politics for decades, Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood
is charging into the political fray under its official banner, looking
to become a major player in the post-revolution government.
Egypt’s interim government this week officially recognized the group’s
new political party, the Freedom and Justice Party, clearing it to
participate in September parliamentary elections. The party has pledged
to contest about half the seats, leading to predictions that the
Brotherhood will be a dominant force in the new political landscape.
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