(MENAFN - Youm7) The Islamic powers in Egypt adopted a different vision from the demonstrations scheduled for September 30, for which Egyptian political powers called to demand amending the law of elections.
They also express refusal of chairman of Egypt's ruling military council, Tantawi's testimony in the former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's trial.
The Director General of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), Mahmoud Hussien, said the MB did not decide to participate in the demonstrations and is waiting to hold consultations with other national powers. He added the group will work to coordinate with the other powers with clear vision without taking individual decisions.
A member of the Shura Council of Gammaa Islameya, Nageh Ibrahim, said the demonstrations in Tahrir Square are meant to express protest against the chairman of Egypt's ruling military council Hussein Tantawi's testimony should be based on the anger in Egypt's street. He pointed out the increasing demonstrations lost its credibility in Egypt.
He added there were many crises in Egypt, which should have more focus such as the current economic crisis and the deterioration of tourism, in addition to the social demands raised by Egyptians.
He criticized the demands raised by the political powers, such as amending the law of elections, ordinary Egyptian citizens are not interested in. He warned the increasing demonstrations will support the state of insecurity in Egypt.
A leader in Gamaa Islameya, Tarek al-Zomor, said the group did not decide to participate in the demonstrations on September 30 despite their support for the demands of the people. He raised the necessity of coordination among the different Egyptian political powers.
On the other hand, the secretary of the Freedom and Justice Party, Mohamed Saad al-Katatny, said they will study the participation during demonstrations to take the suitable decision.
An official in the party said, Ahmed Abou Baraka, commenting on Tantawi's testimony, that such problems should be treated in the courts and not through the demonstrations, which could pressure the judge and undermine justice.