News ID: 8328
Publish Date: 19 May 2012 - 14:20
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Abu al-Ezz al-Hariri (1945- ) was born in Al-Gharbiyah province.
He is a current member of the People’s Assembly and a founding member of the leftist Socialist Popular Alliance. He previously served in Egypt’s People’s Assembly.
Al-Hariri had been arrested by Anwar Sadat regime in 1981. He was known as a fierce opponent of the Mubarak regime while in parliament. He announced his run for president in late December 2011, stating he could be a "national consensus” candidate.
Current member of the Assembly called People (Al-Sha'b)
Youngest member of the Assembly in 1976
Arrested by Anwar Sadat regime in December 5, 1981
In 2000, returned to the Assembly
After Egypt's revolution founded the leftist Socialist Popular Alliance
Accusing Egypt's council of military rulers of diversion of Egypt's revolution
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